dmeyer at tzi.de
Sat Aug 30 11:53:46 CDT 2008
"Jack Moffitt" wrote:
> Ugh. Wrong. Please don't make such sweeping generalizations. In a
> current trends continue.
IF you have the script on your PC and not from a server. It makes no
sense to talk about e2e security when you receive your XMPP client
files are send over HTTP, not HTTPS.
>> Ok, you could use some in-band connections and even employ some of the
>> crypto stuff but... first applies. Lots of work for no real reason.
> BOSH exists and supports TLS. It's also widely implemented.
And with Jingle to start e2e you can use IBB. XMPP over IBB over XMPP
over BOSH. But I have no idea if you could use the normal starttls
over that stream. How does BOSH handle this? Use TLS on the HTTP layer
or use starttls?
printk("; corrupted filesystem mounted read/write - your computer
will explode within 20 seconds ... but you wanted it so!\n");
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