DNS problems to RoadRunner - tcp vs udp
randy at psg.com
Sat Jun 14 16:58:25 CDT 2008
> Mostly I think that people "approaching this from a security
> perspective only" often forget that by fencing in the(ir idea of the)
> current status quo, they often prevent beneficial evolution of
> protocols as well, contributing to the Internet's "ossification".
folk do not always get the implications of the internet being a
'disruptive technology,' and that this is a good thing which needs to be
preserved and even enhanced. they use skype and want to block ports.
it's rampant. the old siliness of blocking tcp/53 is just one of the
corner cases that keeps popping up publicly. try using this year's crop
of innovative apps from behind some corporate firewall. packet/port
xenophobia overrides the users' desire to be productive every time. it
departments are paid to minimize cost and risk, not maximize workers'
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