[in the news] New Legal Guideline

Joerg Simon jsimon at fedoraproject.org
Sun Nov 14 22:41:31 UTC 2010

Am 14.11.2010 23:15, schrieb Jon Stanley:
> Here's the thing here. Nmap and wireshark do not *actively* exploit
> systems, 

By just ignoring them such tools will not disappear and a lot people
prefer to have them packaged according to the Fedora standards and not
just from somewhere, this is one goal that we tried to achieve with FSL
and we were not the only who had set high expections in it -


what is with dsniff, ettercap and yersinia which are clearly made to do
multiple spoofing and layer2 mitm attacks?
To do proper security test according to the most security Testing
Standards you need these tools as well

As said before - lets see with what Spot will come up after his legal

cu Joerg
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