[Evolution] RE: encryption of MAPI
- From: Martin Kuhne <mkuhne microsoft com>
- To: "'James Sutherland'" <jas88 cam ac uk>, Luke Kenneth Casson Leighton <lkcl samba org>
- Cc: evolution helixcode com, evolution-hackers helixcode com, Multiple recipients of list <samba-technical samba org>
- Subject: [Evolution] RE: encryption of MAPI
- Date: Wed, 23 Aug 2000 05:23:02 -0700
Your willingness to assume the worst motives without ever asking for the
real reason seems to be a common symptom.
Did you ever wonder what these people may think when you ask them for
cooperation (i.e. disclosure of RPC protocols)?
Escalation Engineer, Critical Problem Resolution (CPR)
From: James Sutherland [mailto:jas88 cam ac uk]
Sent: Wednesday, August 23, 2000 11:39 AM
To: Luke Kenneth Casson Leighton
Cc: evolution lists helixcode com;
evolution-hackers lists helixcode com; Multiple recipients of list
Subject: Re: encryption of MAPI
but seriously, the purpose of 10100101 is to make cleartext less readable.
for encryption, you use DCE/RPC's NTLMSSP, with sign and seal requested.
MAPI's job is not to encrypt, but to do mail.
OK, if this obfuscation isn't for security, what's it for? The usual, no
doubt - just make it more difficult for people to compete...
NTLMSSP's job is to authenticate, sign and seal.
Bleurgh. Let's hope the final judgement from the Supreme Court (or the EU
case) prohibits MICROS~1 from obfuscating APIs, protocols etc...
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