[talk] Intel vulnerability discussion
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Wed Jan 17 16:48:47 EST 2018
> On Jan 17, 2018, at 4:24 PM, George Rosamond <george at ceetonetechnology.com> wrote:
> There was a conference call yesterday regarding the Intel chip security
> issues. Ike of NYC*BUG and Ed Maste of FreeBSD among others.
> Here's the audio if anyone's interested:
> https://www.gotostage.com/channel/92a6c9fc676543d68250ef5376dcfd90/recording/f80d33a2702145cab2178bbb1e8ea98e/watch?login=corporate&tos=true <https://www.gotostage.com/channel/92a6c9fc676543d68250ef5376dcfd90/recording/f80d33a2702145cab2178bbb1e8ea98e/watch?login=corporate&tos=true>
Without having listened to it yet, I’ll tell you one thing that really pisses me off about
this… It’s like a flashback to the ‘oughts - Linux guys get a TON of advance notice
- FreeBSD gets, what, a week or a few days?
In the old days I was also pissed about the *BSD red-headed stepchild treatment
by vendors, but with FreeBSD specifically and the Foundation being a legit entity
that can sign NDAs and the like, I don’t know what the excuse is today for not
giving FreeBSD (or other *BSDs) more advance notice. Really disappointing.
> For most people on the list, the value is purely about Ike shooting from
> the hip at the state of things. If his comments horrify or even shock
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