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Comment: routers, package management, vpn (Score 1) 144 144

Generally you're right to point to router security, but I don't think it's relevant here. Router software package installation -- where you might think you want tls to fetch the package safely -- should be using package signatures rather than relying on tls.

Article writer Dan Goodin missed this point in his first draft. He thought he had a story, and failed at the fact-checking stage.

Would you rely on X.509 for a vpn? The implementation is irrelevant.

ATMs, no. Web banking really does have a problem, and it's much bigger than bugs in tls.

I think David Jao and others are right, and this is not news.

The major difference between bonds and bond traders is that the bonds will eventually mature.

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