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From: lord_ph at comcast.net (bryce)
Subject: Is the FBI using email Web bugs?

Azerail wrote:
> On Thu, 08 Jan 2004, Jonathan A. Zdziarski wrote:
> 
> 
>>>Actually, my email client "mutt" makes me feel quite safe.  Is there
>>>something I am overlooking?
>>
>>Lack of features != security
>>
> 
> 
> I'm sorry, you've just proved beyond a doubt that you don't know what
> you are talking about.  Sorry to have to put it like that, but there
> it is.
> 
> Azerail
> 

Ok Azerail, if you feel that Johnathan's statement is so incorrect as to 
be insulting, then prove him wrong. Share with us why you feel that LoF 
!= security. Logically and statistically(sp)the more lines of code in a 
program, the greater the chance of a bug. And you can't add features to 
a program without adding code( if anyone has proven me wrong on this i 
would love to talk to you about it ;) ). Thus by adding features to a 
program you are adding in bugs(although we try otherwise).

What is wrong with this logic???

b.


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