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Re: Future of kerberised telnet, login, rsh, ftp?
> Now, if it happened (as the MIT folks indicated) that these utilities
> were being split out from the main tarball, then I would have less files
> to watch, and I would not have security auditors telling me that Samba4
> is vulnerable to issues in programs we don't ship, but are included in
> the same upstream Heimdal version number.
I have not got any indications from the folks writing Heimdal code
that they "split tarball" on the agenda. And if, I guess it is lower
priority than a lot of other stuff. I might be wrong.
This looks to me more like a political problem.