On 27/08/08 14:03:38, Tom Collins wrote:
On Aug 25, 2008, at 9:08 PM, Quey wrote:
Do your own homework, hint: there is a reason some distros do not
include PAM for very good reasons, and it aint'coz they wana be
different' I dont have the time to give you a 50 page lesson on
the risks of using it.
Translation: I read a headline on digg/reddit/Slashdot/kuro5hin
that PAM is insecure. I didn't really understand the article, but
I'll act like a security expert and throw my weight around on
Actually I dont read any of them, I have far better things to do then
read a bunch of whiners posts, half those participants probably see
low flying black helicopters every night
You have no Idea on my credentials, those who know me, know them, my
CEO knows them, the fact you don't doesnt surprise, nor bother me in
And I think i'd agree with, oh I dunno, lets say Patrick Volkerding
for one, over some twat like you who wants to make out, nobody who
has a clue has ever said PAM can be very detrimental.
, this is a mailing list for VPopMail, nothing else!
Unless you have obtained prior permission from the list
maintainers (inter7) for advertising ANYTHING on THEIR list, in
which case it usually follows with a disclaimer that it is posted
with permission from the maintainers of <insert_list>.
The point is, this is of interest to vpopmail users that need a
replacement auth module for recent versions of Courier-IMAP.
Thats entirely fine so long as inter7 have approved it, if not, it is
akin to spamming, regardless of what it is, and if it persists with
no approval, his address may be entered into one of reputable RBL's
I wont bother responding to the trest of your diatribe, as your just
trolling, your one of the immaterial scum of the net, I gonre your
types every day, and now i've replied to you, I dont have a need to
continue with you any further, since you;ve displayed incredible lack
be gone troll