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Everyone gets everything he wants. I wanted secure transmissions, and for my sins, they gave me OpenSSL.
It was a bug. And the more I saw them, the more I hated bugs.
It's impossible for words to describe what is necessary to those who do not know what Heartbleed means.
I hardly said a word to the installer, until I said "yes" to ntpd(8).
Are you a user?
I'm a hacker
I was going to the worst place in the Internet, and I didn't even know it yet.
Terminal the kernel?
They train administrators to run secure systems. But their managers won't allow them to demand SSH keys and secure applications because it is "difficult".
We must kill them. We must incinerate them. Penguin after penguin.
kill -9 with extreme prejudice.
What do you think?
What's the matter with you? You're acting kinda weird!
Hey, you know that last sysctl I was saving? I set it.
Why are all you guys running on all this hardware?
So we don't get our endians blown off!
I love the smell of burning CDs in the morning.
fdisk and disklabel are your friends. If they are not, then they are enemies to be feared.
Java don't surf!
If I say it's safe to surf this Internet, Captain, then it's safe to surf this Internet!
Someday this FAQ will end.
You understand, Captain, that this FAQ does not exist, nor will it ever exist...
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The bugs piled up so fast in OpenSSL, you needed wings to stay above it.