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Practicing Good Habits is always a good idea. Shortcuts are always bad. I understand what you are saying and it is entirely a matter of opinion, but I just don't think it is a good idea to condone or rationalize knowingly marking your code insecure.

Sparky

BTW It will give you a + for challenging the system. :)

In reply to Re: Devil's (BSD) Advocate by sparkyichi
in thread (OT) Security Rant by Ovid

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