[ntp:hackers] D-Links NTP server vandalism
todd.glassey at worldnet.att.net
Tue Apr 11 22:01:17 UTC 2006
Gee Tim - you are right - only its this group that is trying to make up
policy on the spot. NTP access per the Government's is Anonymous. No access
logging is kept and the US Government accepts and supports that only talk to
Dr. Levine if you dont believe me.
The real quesiton is what the NTP Software Development Consortia for lack
of a better term has to say about the operations of the Global NTP Servers.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Tim Shoppa" <shoppa at trailing-edge.com>
To: <todd.glassey at att.net>; <jpp at cloudview.com>; <hackers at ntp.isc.org>
Sent: Tuesday, April 11, 2006 2:14 PM
Subject: Re: [ntp:hackers] D-Links NTP server vandalism
> "todd glassey" <todd.glassey at worldnet.att.net> wrote from his high horse:
> > And that is the point - I dont think any one of us gets to ask who is
> > the server [...] Or in the
> > anonymous use of NTP.
> Wow, talk about inventing policy on the spot. I had never even heard
> of "anonymous NTP" until now. It certainly has no connection with
> "anonymous FTP" - I don't know of a single anonymous FTP server
> that promised that nobody would ever ever look at its logs.
> In any event, ntpdc's monlist command and its random wide availability
> has been useful in the past for things like Minar's 1999 NTP survey.
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