> If someone is unhappy with the level of testing that someone else has
>performed on some firewall, then they must know something that was not
>tested (or tested correctly). If they want or need to know the results
>of the correctly executed test(s), they should perform the test. Then,
>they should post the results here, since that is supposed to be the
>purpose of this list. Unless of course the person who is unhappy with
>someone else's work is unwilling to share his own work.....
> y/p kurt
Yeah, understand your point...but I'm not sure that's really what was being
conveyed in the earlier gripe.
I've heard from alot of folks backchannel on this and my reading of the
"tea leaves" is it's not really unhappiness with the testing that's at
issue, but rather the depth and comprehensiveness of the evaluations beyond
what to many regard as rather academic findings and marketing bla-bla-bla.
Let's see where it goes from here.