No need to feel insecure about Zeroconf / Rendezvous security

Friday, 28 February 2003, 1:08 PM EST

Jim Banahan describes how he set up a multi-platform networking environment for a local business. Throughout the process, Jim had to contend with an overzealous staff member stating that the Zeroconf networking technology that he utilized was a "security vulnerability."

Jim eventually remedied the situation at the local business by offering a little education to their staff members and was later offered a position with the company for a job well-done. Unfortunately, Jim found that mis-associated concerns about Zeroconf are a common misconception throughout the Internet and decided to do something about it by offering the following editorial to oscast.

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