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Old 30th March 2012
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Default ntpd when improperly set ..

Hi !
let say that my clock is damaged and never keeps time .. or that I mischose time zone during installation or unset date or simply diabling ntp ..
my question is :
Does this have any impact on my system's security and/or reliability whether at the client or server level ?

Thanks very much.
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