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+ - Some thoughts on security after ten years of qmail

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os2man writes "Qmail is one of the most widely used MTA on the Internet and has a solid reputation for its security level. On "Some thoughts on security after ten years of qmail 1.0, Daniel J. Bernstein, reviews the history and security-relevant architecture of qmail; articulates partitioning standards that qmail fails to meet; analyzes the engineering that has allowed qmail to survive this failure; and draws various conclusions regarding the future of secure programming. Good read for anyone involved in the secure development area."
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Some thoughts on security after ten years of qmail

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Adding features does not necessarily increase functionality -- it just makes the manuals thicker.