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Random Real-life Quote: Sounds good. I've mentioned that your download redirector is very security effective (except in the MITM case) to several major distributions. I'll continue to mention this to distros we talk to and also let them know that you'd be happy to have them pick it up. I like to mention your download redirector (and will in the CCS talk) since it's a good example of how if something is done right, it helps security. While if we look at the Fedora download redirector, they actually reduce the security of their users because of poor design choices. Justin Cappos, who published



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