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+ - BSD coder denies adding FBI backdoor->

Submitted by jfruhlinger
jfruhlinger (470035) writes "Theo de Raadt has made the shocking claim that OpenBSD includes a backdoor that the FBI paid coders to build. Brian Proffitt has tracked down one of the programmers names as being on the FBI payroll (actually, he tracked down two programmers with the same name). Both deny working with the FBI."
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BSD coder denies adding FBI backdoor

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