1994-08-02 - Re: “Anon” fake…

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From: Berzerk <berzerk@xmission.xmission.com>
To: Lyman Hazelton <lrh@crl.com>
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UTC Datetime: 1994-08-02 19:24:37 UTC
Raw Date: Tue, 2 Aug 94 12:24:37 PDT

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From: Berzerk <berzerk@xmission.xmission.com>
Date: Tue, 2 Aug 94 12:24:37 PDT
To: Lyman Hazelton <lrh@crl.com>
Subject: Re: "Anon" fake...
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On Tue, 2 Aug 1994, Lyman Hazelton wrote:
>   I don't think the mechanism employed by the hacker is using "who" at 
> all.  Rather, it is someone who is subscribed to the list and has a 
> program which looks at the author of each message to see if it is someone 
> already in their database.  If it is someone new, it automatically sends 
> a message for that person into the anon service.  If not, it simply 
> ignores the message.  There are LOTS of silent listeners on the list and 
> it could be ANY of them.  Stoping this is not going to be easy.  I don't 
Send out 9 barium messages, coded by the binary representation  the 
number of the person sendig to, with 0 being no message.

You have them.