April 6, 2005
I've decided that every application should have a "never-ever-send-anything-unencrypted-ever" switch. Better yet, the operating system itself should have it built-in. Something that just refuses to send any network traffic that isn't encrypted. Just because it would feed my paranoia. :)
Posted by kbullock at April 6, 2005 5:52 PM
NTP implements authentication by using an agreed set of keys between a TimeServer and NTP client, that are encoded in the timestamps. An NtpServer passes a timestamp to a client in one of a selection of encrypted keys and added to the message.
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