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comment Secure communication between server and client
@CodesInChaos I agree the crypto features in ZeroMQ are relatively new, but that's only the application of encryption layer. The encryption scheme are well tested and revised. So, there need to be a careful implementation of the feature with good tests but I think that should be the case with any implementation. And Pieter (the creator/maintainer) is very approachable in case of any issues or confusions tweeted with his mention \@hintjens.
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comment MySQL retains password of earlier installation even after proper 'yum remove' & 'yum install'
@kunal dude, the answer you gave is the thing I used initially before posting it as mentioned in my comment earlier on the Q. stackoverflow.com/questions/6606869/… the main issue still is there, requiring manual hack-patch... Query was to know if there is anything to avoid it
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comment MySQL retains password of earlier installation even after proper 'yum remove' & 'yum install'
thanks dude, that I figure out stackoverflow.com/questions/6606869/…
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