[Ach] reverted 41091bb2c3fe5396d6c8d9261236068a12726f91

Aaron Zauner azet at azet.org
Thu Dec 26 00:35:03 CET 2013


My fault. Sorry those comments/todo stanzas were not really clear to me.

On 25 Dec 2013, at 21:09, christian mock <cm at coretec.at> wrote:

> someone didn't read the section they were breaking and put the
> CIPHERSTRING macro in the openvpn section.
> this will not work for openvpn >= 2.3.1, so I reverted it.


On 25 Dec 2013, at 21:43, L. Aaron Kaplan <kaplan at cert.at> wrote:

> Same here....
> I reverted https://github.com/BetterCrypto/Applied-Crypto-Hardening/commit/d9d2c6e433508c56be7bdd7489d121b52b7a1ba7
> SQL server was referring to MS SQL Server. And yes, that's in frequent use.

Yea MS SQL is in very frequently used (since a lot of other MS stuff depends on it). I’m totally fine to have it there but it should state ‘MSSQL’ as it is refered to by people commonly and in programing APIs. I was under the impression that stanza was meant for a general introduction to SQL security/crypto. Which would be out of scope.

Thanks for clearing that up.

We should comment out MSSQL anyways since we do not have any input on the matter yet.

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