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On Friday 03 October 2003 16:22, Miles Sabin wrote:
> > > Personally, based on a mild acquaintance with with the OpenSSL
> > > source, I think the bulk of the responsibility for the recent and
> > > not so recent OpenSSL flaws lies neither with the design of
> > > ASN1/[BDPX]ER, nor with sloppy coders, but with a large and by now
> > > somewhat crufty legacy codebase.
> > Everybody gets crufty eventually. The design must cope with that.
> Now you're just being silly.
Trying to design a maintainable legacy codebase is silly?