25 Oct 2000 14:24:56 +0200
Wesley James Landaker <email@example.com> writes:
> Second, if someone wanted to copy PGP, what's to reverse engineer?!
> PGP's source is freely availible. You can download it and look at it
> or compile it or whatever. You don't have to "reverse engineer"
> anything. =)
Didn't NAI strip all comments before publication? Is there any
documentation of the design? I think a lot of reverse engineering is
necessary before you can make substantial changes to the code. ;-)
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