1997-05-14 - Re: Public Key Break Paper

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From: nobody@huge.cajones.com (Huge Cajones Remailer)
To: cypherpunks@toad.com
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UTC Datetime: 1997-05-14 19:19:23 UTC
Raw Date: Thu, 15 May 1997 03:19:23 +0800

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From: nobody@huge.cajones.com (Huge Cajones Remailer)
Date: Thu, 15 May 1997 03:19:23 +0800
To: cypherpunks@toad.com
Subject: Re: Public Key Break Paper
Message-ID: <199705141841.LAA09403@fat.doobie.com>
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Phillip M. Hallam-Baker wrote:
> >I just took a brief look at it, (thanks for forwarding, Lucky),
> >and it's pure crap-ola.
> As a meta-point any securirty person knows that employees and
> ex-employees are the most serious security risks. Its not exactly
> unknown for someone to go nuts and then come out with loony
> paranoid theories.

  Whenever I see the dying embers of the spam debate being blown
to life (along with similar non-issues), I wonder what the disinfo
artists are trying to distract me from.
  I don't have to wonder too hard, however, since I can always 
count on the usual suspects to step forward and pooh-paah whatever
they don't want anyone to look at too closely.

  Anything Phill casts aspersions on has to be worth checking out: