[dns-operations] i've got a conflict of interest, can a non-implementor answer this?
vixie at isc.org
Tue Jan 13 23:34:18 UTC 2009
in http://gcn.com/articles/2009/01/12/dns-requires-a-layered-approach.aspx we
see the following exchange:
"GCN: BIND, which is the most widely used DNS server, is open
source. How safe are the latest versions of it?
TOVAR: For a lot of environments, it is perfectly suitable. But in
any mission-critical network in the government sector, any
financial institution, anything that has the specter of identity
theft or impact on national security, I think using open source is
anything i might say would be seen as self serving, so i hope that others
here who are not DNS implementors will add professionally worded comments
to this article explaining your views about the need for critical
infrastructure to have some open source mixed into it.
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