Can we get the same without the "agenda-pushing attentionwhore" part, please?
OK, so what we have is a clever exploit taking advantage of the (flawed) way some apps (but not all, and notably not Firefox) handles certificates. What the fracking frack does DNNSEC have to fracking do with that? That's ridiculous agenda-pushing, from someone unable to secure his own domain, after having predicted the end of the world (repeteadly, on such ridiculously evident non-issues as the conficker update) to no avail. I believe the word is "attentionwhore".
Hey, some apps are unable to handle certs correctly, we should overhaul the current system and roll it into some measures which would prevent dark-skinned people from flying with more than 100 mL of fluid? That ought to solve it. Shirley. I mean, fixing the apps so that they correctly handle the certificates doesn't make sense. Or does it?
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