In message <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>, Vadim Belman writes:

>> This is about making a FreeBSD machine as good as we can in the
>> standard case.
>       I mostly agree, but let's put it other way. A rare situation with a
>local network with no external connection, no NTP servers. Just a server(s)
>plus several clients. At least some of the clients are being treated as
>untrusted (consider public terminals) and server has some critical
>information on it.

Nobody talked about relying on *only* NTP for entropy, quite the 
contrary in fact.

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