Gregory Perry mailde şöyle diyor, "My NDA with the FBI has recently expired, and I wanted to make you aware of the fact that the FBI implemented a number of backdoors and side channel key leaking mechanisms into the OCF, for the express purpose of monitoring the site to site VPN encryption system implemented by EOUSA, the parent organization to the FBI," Perry details in the email, "Jason Wright and several other developers were responsible for those backdoors, and you would be well advised to review any and all code commits by Wright as well as the other developers he worked with originating from NETSEC."
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"This is also why several inside FBI folks have been recently advocating the use of OpenBSD for VPN and firewalling implementations in virtualized environments," he adds, "For example Scott Lowe is a well respected author in virtualization circles who also happens top be on the FBI payroll, and who has also recently published several tutorials for the use of OpenBSD VMs in enterprise VMware vSphere deployments."
GoVirtual Education CEO'su Gregory Perry FBI ile imzaladıgı NDS in bitiminden hemen sonra bir itirafta bulundu. 10 yıl önce FBI tarafından OpenBSD IPSEC içersine birden fazla backdoor yerleştirdiklerini duyurdu. openbsd kullanan vpn ve firewall lar artık güvenli degil, VMWare VSphere in durumu ise tartışılır duruma geldi.
" I will point out that Greg did not even work at NETSEC while the OCF development was going on. Before January of 2000 Greg had left NETSEC. The timeline for my involvement with IPSec can be clearly demonstrated by looking at the revision history of:
src/sys/dev/pci/hifn7751.c (Dec 15, 1999)
src/sys/crypto/cryptosoft.c (March 2000)
The real work on OCF did not begin in earnest until February 2000."