Subject: Re: krb5 integration proposal
To: Julian Assange <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Greg Hudson <ghudson@MIT.EDU>
Date: 07/25/1999 00:27:34
> The last time I looked, mit krb5 was languishing and bug-ridden
> (which of course doesn't mean it isn't functional, but you expect
> better from crypto-software).
Bug-ridden, yes. Languishing, no. The MIT krb5 team is currently
working towards a 1.1 release, although I don't know that they have
made any external promises of a release date yet.
(If anyone here has submitted krb5 bug reports and not gotten any
feedback, now might be a decent time to send followup mail. A new
staff member was hired to work on krb5 recently.)
> Before they fled in terror, there were a few SNI kerberos hackers
> working on the OpenBSD tree who were reasonably clued up (about
This reference piques my curiosity, but further discussion of it
probably doesn't belong on any of these mailing lists.