Subject: Re: crypt(3)
To: Ronald Khoo <ronald@cpm.COM.MY>
From: Martin Husemann <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 11/17/1994 07:34:23
> But you're missing the point, which is that the current default is
> *already changed* to using PLAINTEXT passwords (with a known plaintext
> password for the root bourne shell user), and that any default other
> than that would be better. You don't get standard UNIX encrypted
> passwords by default, you have to specifically obtain the secr
> distribution which I'm not allowed to.
What are you talking about? Of course you have to get the right
secr-distribution, which is different inside the US.
It's not harder to find than X11's "Wraphelp.c".
If you can't get one, I could sent it to you by mail or make it
available on a german ftp server (which should be free from export
'Why, you could subvert that with trained flocks of eagles carrying CDs!'
-- Andrew Molitor about a new firewall-product