[Twisted-Python] I, too, can be Radix (was Re: Re:)
corydodt at twistedmatrix.com
Thu Jul 22 19:32:41 EDT 2004
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I'm kind of surprised the spoofers don't already do this. It had to have seen
the list already to know what addresses are on it--surely it can get a
properly formatted name from the same source.
Alex Levy wrote:
| On 7/21/2004, "Christopher Armstrong" <radix at twistedmatrix.com> wrote:
|>Guyon Morée wrote:
|>>looks like someone's got a virus?
|>Someone, yes, but not me. It was a forgery. Not a great deal I can do
|>about it. :-(
| Well, you could always hack mailman to only accept email from people with
| the proper names associated with their email addresses, so that
| "Radix" <radix at ...> gets rejected but "Christopher Armstrong"
| <radix at ...> doesn't.
| I know, it's an awful idea, but wouldn't it be fun? :)
| Alex Levy
| WWW: http://mesozoic.geecs.org
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| -- Salvor Hardin, Isaac Asimov's _Foundation_
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