[Collisions] "controlled interruption" - 127/8 versus RFC1918 space

Joe Abley jabley at hopcount.ca
Fri Jan 10 16:59:22 UTC 2014

On 2014-01-10, at 11:37, Warren Kumari <warren at kumari.net> wrote:

> Yes -- that's true -- leaked requests will contain some sensitive data
> -- which is why I think placing that information in the hands of
> someone "trustworthy" is better than letting it go to whoever
> registers secret-server.example

What about the network path between an internal corporate server and the trustworthy sink?

Post-Snowdonia, it seems to me that any plan that involves unexpected external network traffic needs to be carefully scrutinised.


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