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Re: [bluetooth-dev] Security Architecture!



hey danny...

if you could do you think you could also check the ioctl's as well?

but only if you have time...

:)

thanks
-sami

On Thu, 01 Mar 2001, Daniel Ezekiel wrote:
> 20010108
> include/linux/bluetooth/sec_client.h 
> include/linux/bluetooth/l2cap_sec.h
> include/linux/bluetooth/rfcomm_sec.h
>  The interfaces are just provided. The implementation is not
>  regarding the mention of ioctls reqd being provided I couldnt check them
>  
>  Regards, 
>  Danny 
>  
> 
> 
> Thus Said Lim Yong Beng On Fri, Mar 02, 2001 at 10:33:09AM +0800 :
> *->Hi,
> *->
> *->rgding the security of AXIS BT stack, u mentioned that it is implemented in
> *->the stack.  Which versions are u refering to? Or, from which versions
> *->onwards the stack is secured?  Also, the code for security is under which
> *->file?
> *->
> *->Thanx for any reply!!
> *->
> *->Rgds,
> *->Garion
> *->
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