[CentOS] C7, encryption, and clevis

Sun Jun 10 23:19:26 UTC 2018
Keith Keller <kkeller at wombat.san-francisco.ca.us>

On 2018-06-08, Valeri Galtsev <galtsev at kicp.uchicago.edu> wrote:
> Frank, I 100% agree with you. The only case with spoofed MAC address and 
> license that may have chance to stand in court will be if all below are 
> true:
> 1. the company issued perpetual license.
> 2. the company does not exist

Based on what's written below, it seems like the company does in fact
still exist, and that therefore the organization trying to spoof MACs
may be violating their license.  I hope the company which sells the
program doesn't read this mailing list.

>> It's apparently a very good molecular modeling program, and to be real, my
>> users tell me that the company that bought the original company wants, and
>> I'm not making this up, $15k US to generate a license for a new
>> workstation. And there's two? three? workstations that run it.
>> And this is a US gov't agency (civilian secrot). Budget? We don' need no
>> steenkeen budgets, the Magic Hand of the Market will produce all the
>> results we need.....


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