Re: [rtcweb] H.261

Adam Roach <adam@nostrum.com> Sat, 23 November 2013 03:38 UTC

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On 11/22/13 20:27, Ron wrote:
> So, now you want people to give Cisco not only the ability to
> install binary blobs on their machine -- but a root shell to do
> it as well?  What could possibly go wrong.

It's... uh... um... I'm a bit incredulous.

Look, it's *Cisco*. If they *wanted* to attack you, this would be 
possibly the least worrisome vector.

/a