1994-07-30 - Re: penet spoofs

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From: adwestro@ouray.Denver.Colorado.EDU (Alan Westrope)
To: rjc@powermail.com
Message Hash: f356035ee7894363ec2fcbce1765052627432dff1cb3150bd19718407ad4e87e
Message ID: <7JQEkaa0iQlS069yn@ouray.denver.colorado.edu>
Reply To: <199407290246.WAA00369@powermail.com>
UTC Datetime: 1994-07-30 01:10:31 UTC
Raw Date: Fri, 29 Jul 94 18:10:31 PDT

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From: adwestro@ouray.Denver.Colorado.EDU (Alan Westrope)
Date: Fri, 29 Jul 94 18:10:31 PDT
To: rjc@powermail.com
Subject: Re: penet spoofs
In-Reply-To: <199407290246.WAA00369@powermail.com>
Message-ID: <7JQEkaa0iQlS069yn@ouray.denver.colorado.edu>
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>   Yours truly has been stung. Someone used rjc@powermail.com to create
> a penet address. Since I have never used that address to post
> anywhere else except cypherpunks, the spoofer is probably on
> cypherpunks. I thought it might have been caused by a penet'er
> being subscribed to cypherpunks but a similar thing did not
> happen to my other accounts.

Me too, but I suspect the asshole just sent a 'who cypherpunks' request
to majordomo@toad.com.  I've stated that I think LD has an anon account
at nyx.cs.du.edu, where the list is set up as a newsgroup.  Anyway, can
someone point out the procedure for asking Julf to delete my account in
the way that's least painful for him?  I suspect he's overwhelmed with
such requests...:-(

Alan Westrope                  <awestrop@nyx.cs.du.edu>
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