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Re: Disable ZeroConf: how to ?

On Thu, Mar 3, 2011 at 12:33 PM, Sujit Karatparambil
<sujit.kmadhavan@gmail.com> wrote:
>> However, could we please end the FUDfest? This thread seems to be quite
>> unconstructive, with unspecific claims of security problems, unwarranted
>> slurs on users based on their operating system, and accusations on
>> Debian developer's attitudes. If there is an actual problem, explain
> I totally agree, it is certainly not wise to accuse/allege/propgate fud.
> I also think it is much better to look for articles on the internet that
> might help you better understand. As with opensource it is very difficult
> to maintain a document for a long period of time. But certainly usefull
> as pointer to usefull information into the manpages. Though I am not an
> expert of ZeroConf but found a usefull article into zeroconf. I am much more
> an Avahi fan than an ZeroConf fan.
> http://www.practicallynetworked.com/sharing/configure_and_use_avahi_and_linux.htm

some package announce their existance to the world without any admin decision!
It is not a fud  and a security hole!
>phpmyadmin package have created a link in /etc/avahi/services without
>any question. Everybody know in my network that I have a phpadmin
>service running on my server. I will ASAP create a bug report with a
> security tag.

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