New ZeroConf Spec

Dick Davies rasputnik at
Mon Jul 24 19:41:52 BST 2006

On 21/07/06, Dan Kegel <dank at> wrote:
> On 7/21/06, Florian Zeitz <Florian.Zeitz at> wrote:
> > > An example that comes to my mind, please correct if I am wrong, is
> > > printers. A rogue machine could advertise a printer, and you decide to
> > > use it. You then end up printing your confidential document on your 15
> > > years old neighbour's printer...
> > >...
> > Both cases are possible, but won't really happen IMHO.
> > 1. Why would your neighbors PC be on the same network as yours?
> Because he connected to your wireless router?  Happens all the time.

Then you have more to worry about than a service discovery framework
(rogue DHCP servers for example).

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