why gnutls when we have openssl?

Werner Koch wk at gnupg.org
Thu Aug 23 16:08:01 CEST 2001

On 23 Aug 2001 09:30:11 -0400, Dan Winship said:

> People use this example a lot, but it's not true. Microsoft made
> proprietary extensions to the Kerberos *specification* (RFC 1510), not
> to any existing Kerberos implementation. When the first interoperability

[You have seen the source?]

> testing between MIT and Microsoft kerberos was done, the two
> implementations had different bugs, so it's unlikely they used any
> significant amount of the MIT code at all.

They could have done this and in fact the first TCP/IP implementions
where heavily based on BSD code.

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