Thu Jul 13 16:36:33 PDT 2000
begin Jeremy M. Dolan quotation:
> Speaking of which, it's been way too long since theres been a good
> ping-of-death type exploit for windows...come now, they cant actually
> have a secure tcp/ip stack, now can they?
Anybody know if there's any truth to the rumour that Microsoft contract
out to BSDI the job of writing a decent (for a change) "Microsoft"
TCP/IP stack for MS-Windows 95? And that there are artifacts of the
codes BSD origins inside it?
The rumour has plausibility on its side: The Win32 TCP stack was/is
better than it has a right to be, in a Microsoft product, and it's
difficult otherwise to understand how BSDI could have survived to Y2K,
just on the likes of BSD OS.
Cheers, Right to keep and bear
Rick Moen Haiku shall not be abridged
rick (at) linuxmafia.com Or denied. So there.
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