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Re: How NSA access was built into Windows



Gene Heskett wrote:
> I guess it boils down to you can believe what you want, and I can do
> the same.  When I get a 3x increase in *effective* compiler speed by
> dropping selinux, then I think the conclusions I reach as a lifetime
> troubleshooter & medium grade JOAT should be obvious.  I'm sorry it
> doesn't appear that way to others.

I think the problem for others is that it's hard to tell exactly what
you've done and what you've changed in between these builds.  Your
mails haven't been exactly clear, concise, step-by-step descriptions
of how to reproduce a massive compile time decrease by removing
SELinux from your kernel config.

I'm sure you can appreciate that to properly test and verify something
it is best to make the absolute minimal amount of changes in the
system between tests so that other factors can be ruled out.

The idea is to provide proof and the ability for others to verify.
There should be no reason for a timing test to come down to a matter
of belief.  This isn't rocket science, but it's not church either. :)

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