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Re: bittorrent in core? what frontend?



On Sat, 2005-12-17 at 15:39 -0500, Sean wrote:
> But the point has to be made again, nothing we're talking about here
> changes the situation of malicious code.   _Today_ as Fedora exists out of
> the box, a malicious program can enable UPnP on a router that has it
> enabled.   All we're talking about is using that facility as it was meant
> to be used, by _trusted_ application like the bit torrent client supplied
> with the distribution.

And here I thought we were discussing the merrits of having the bt
client default to upnp enabled.  I would rather it be disabled, and let
the user decide to use risky features.  Secure by default.

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