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DOCUMENT: phage #052 [NNTP vulnerability, and Re: Disassembled virus?] (1 message, 708 bytes)
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From: Edward Vielmetti <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: Sat 16:02:56 05/11/1988 EST
Subject: NNTP vulnerability, and Re: Disassembled virus?
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no list is secure, especially in the presence of broken mailers. If you believe otherwise then you don't read mailer-daemon mail. Postel has called for a Virus RFC. I think that's a fine idea. I would like to see a copy of the virus myself, since there are a lot of infectable machines on this campus that weren't hit for one reason or another, and more machines coming on line every day. If we want a secure meeting, I would argue that the only way to do it is in person. Perhaps the internet engineering task force is the appropriate body to figure out a meeting time and place and invite people to come. I am concerned that the next attack will hit the usenet news network - there are a lot of machines running NNTP in the world. Are there any known NNTP security holes, and how can I stop them up? --Ed
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