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Re: Encrypted Repositories. . .?

From: Erik Huelsmann <ehuels_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2007-06-20 22:23:11 CEST

On 6/20/07, Michael Williams <gberz3@gmail.com> wrote:
> >
> > No, but I give my keys to parking attendants in places where I'm
> > paying for them to take reasonable precautions.
> >
> . . .and do you tell him or her to just leave it unlocked once they
> park it? I don't need the block secured, I simply want my car
> locked. Yes, someone could throw a rock, but I'd rather they have to
> throw the rock than simply pull the latch.
> >
> > Reasonable precautions are reasonable. If you don't think your
> > hosting is reasonable, move it.
> >
> That still doesn't address my concerns. 1) hardware theft 2) FTP
> access 3) malicious root access. Yes, anything can be hacked, it's
> just a matter of how far you're willing to go to make them work. I'm
> personally willing to go further. Thanks.


I'd like to ask some time for the process of using a mailing list -
this is not specifically targeted at you, but with 4 messages in 16
minutes, it also applies to you.

The best way to have a mailing list discussion is not to answer each
message separately, but to gather the different opinions from
different mails and write down your responses to those in one message.
From there the discussion will diverge again, until someone recenters
the discussion around one mail and so on.

It helps readers who enter the thread in the middle to understand what
you are discussing and what the different positions of different
persons in the thread are.



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