1993-03-01 - Re: anon.penet.fi hacking

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From: Johan Helsingius <julf@penet.FI>
To: Eric Hughes <hughes@soda.berkeley.edu>
Message Hash: cf8c791bc8ca87244364e7e2c710b4611f04f3f4401013d97912b8643d6afdb0
Message ID: <9303010721.aa25945@penet.penet.FI>
Reply To: <9303010111.AA12729@soda.berkeley.edu>
UTC Datetime: 1993-03-01 07:02:24 UTC
Raw Date: Sun, 28 Feb 93 23:02:24 PST

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From: Johan Helsingius <julf@penet.FI>
Date: Sun, 28 Feb 93 23:02:24 PST
To: Eric Hughes <hughes@soda.berkeley.edu>
Subject: Re: anon.penet.fi hacking
In-Reply-To: <9303010111.AA12729@soda.berkeley.edu>
Message-ID: <9303010721.aa25945@penet.penet.FI>
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> The first character in the body that matches the regex, and every
> character after it, will be dropped.  This not only makes it a
> one-liner in perl (!), but it means that the user can be as
> arbitrarily complex in recognizing sig blocks as the are able.
> Of course, we'll document the most common of these:
> 	Body-Termination-Regex: ^--$

Ok... Now.. Show me the regex that strips anything starting with '--',
such as '-----------------------------', except a PGP boundary line...