On 25.10.2005, at 12:00, Bart Smit wrote:
> Supporting flawed protocols goes a long way towards aiding their
> acceptance. If firewalls generally support uPNP, there is no barrier
> anymore against its use. Is this something m0n0wall wants to do? Do we
> really want to remove friction for uPNP? I thought that "educating
> users" was rather high on the list of essential security measures.
I didn't say UPNP has no issues! But I also said it might be useful
under some circumstances. I thought, I gave plenty of scenarios for
> Now don't give me the "but everybody else is doing uPNP", because I
I never used that argument.
> don't buy it. If little Johnny would jump into the river, would you
Ok, that's enough. We don't have to discuss at this level, do we?