complains on Transport Layer Security (TLS) Authorization Extensions

<mike@mrgfd.org.ua> Tue, 10 February 2009 09:43 UTC

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Hello everybody!

Please stop trying to include proprietary components and algorithms onto
standarts!

WBR, Mike Revenko, IT specialist.