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Re: Is the book Network Security any good?

[email protected] writes:
> It does have some very irritating assertions concerning ASN.1
> however, specifically concerning its use in Kerberos. I consider
> Kerberos's use of ASN.1 to be far superior than the alternative
> suggested which is pure lossage.

I've heard people associated with the decision to use ASN.1 in
Kerberos V say it was a mistake. Frankly, I think ASN.1 is a blight
which should be exterminated from the planet.

But we agree that the book in question is mostly good...