1993-10-13 - Re: Internet Security Scanner available

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From: Darren Reed <avalon@coombs.anu.edu.au>
To: jel@sutro.SFSU.EDU (John E. Levine)
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UTC Datetime: 1993-10-13 14:06:39 UTC
Raw Date: Wed, 13 Oct 93 07:06:39 PDT

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From: Darren Reed <avalon@coombs.anu.edu.au>
Date: Wed, 13 Oct 93 07:06:39 PDT
To: jel@sutro.SFSU.EDU (John E. Levine)
Subject: Re: Internet Security Scanner available
In-Reply-To: <9310130238.AA02302@sutro.SFSU.EDU>
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> In your post to the Cypherpunks list of Tue, 12 Oct 93 18:42:12 EDT
> your said
> > For those of you without FTP access who would like to take
> > a look at the Internet Security Scanner, it is available on
> > my BBS in /public/crypto.  Call +1 410 730 6734, 12/24/96,
> > login "cypher" password "punk".
> Can you tell me please where it is available by anon. ftp?
> Thanks.  It would be a lot easier for me than a call to
> area code 410.  :-)


Those are the posts from Usenet of the rspective items.  There are .tar.Z's
for those that wish to bother.  It is probably elsewhere too, ask archie.

Both are required for full operation of ISS.