1998-05-10 - Re: corvette.bxa.doc.gov followup

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From: mgraffam@mhv.net
To: csvcjld@nomvs.lsumc.edu
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Raw Date: Sun, 10 May 1998 13:57:32 -0700 (PDT)

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From: mgraffam@mhv.net
Date: Sun, 10 May 1998 13:57:32 -0700 (PDT)
To: csvcjld@nomvs.lsumc.edu
Subject: Re: corvette.bxa.doc.gov followup
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On 10 May 1998 csvcjld@nomvs.lsumc.edu wrote:

> hit my ftp site on 4/13/98, the day after I announced a
> program to crack simple substitution ciphers on this list.  When I
> announced the program, I accidently gave it an .exe extension (when it
> actually had a .zip extension). tried to get the .exe
> extension and then gave up.  Is it possible that is
> driven by http://infinity.nus.sg/cypherpunks?

I would not doubt it. If I were BXA, and I wanted to keep tabs on 
crypto, I'd have an eye on cypherpunks. 

Does anyone know the infinity.nus.sg admins? Any chance of getting a
confirmation that corvette has hit them up?

Michael J. Graffam (mgraffam@mhv.net)
http://www.mhv.net/~mgraffam -- Philosophy, Religion, Computers, Crypto, etc
"Two things fill the mind with ever new and increasing admiration and awe
the more often and steadily we reflect upon them: the starry heavens
above and the moral law within me. I do not seek or conjecture either of
them as if they were veiled obscurities or extravagances beyond the horizon
of my vision; I see them before me and connect them immediately with the
consciousness of my existence." - Immanuel Kant "Critique of 
Practical Reason"

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