Re: local exploit
From: Jeremiah Gowdy (email@example.com)
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From: "Jeremiah Gowdy" <firstname.lastname@example.org> To: "David" <email@example.com>, <freebsd-security@FreeBSD.ORG> Date: Mon, 9 Apr 2001 09:37:40 -0700
> Please learn to speak english better, or have someone help you write
> Your hacked up english barely makes sense, and one can only guess what you
No need to be a dick.
> Also 3.4 is not supported anymore (unless I missed something), so
> unless you wish to upgrade to a version which is, you're on your own.
Umm, I believe his question was:
> > are there big different that 4.1 more secure for exploit ??
> > thank's
In other words, is there a big difference in the security of 4.1 versus 3.4.
That's not a request for 3.4 support.
Give people a break. You are the kind of person that makes the FreeBSD
community look like a bunch of arrogant elitist a-holes. Not to mention how
ignorant and arrogant it makes Americans look when you say "Learn my
language !". Although I support English only laws *in my state* and *in my
country*, FreeBSD is obviously an international/multi-lingual project
(/usr/ports/ - german - hebrew - french - chinese - japanese - korean -
vietnamese). If you don't like reading emails with broken English, don't
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