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7-03-2007 @ 3:13PM
@17:AFAIK, the current version of Omen (threat-1.0 actually) will send data to KTM, impersonating as KTM 19.18.This has caused the KTM author to get rather annoyed, to put it mildly. Read the comments in the KTM page on Curse, there's like five pages of it, and he doesn't come off very well in any of them.(Short version: Omen's author talked to him about adding a "user agent" to the KTM protocol, so Omen could call itself Omen and KTM could tell it apart. The KTM author refused, so to make things work properly, Omen impersonates a version of KTM. The KTM author still refuses, and now seems to be doing weird convolutions around the problem, because he doesn't want to implement the very obvious and simple fix of allowing a user agents.)
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