Andrew Newton <andy(_at_)hxr(_dot_)us> writes:
On Aug 11, 2004, at 11:14 AM, Michael Thomas wrote:
Thus if the base level check prevents forgery,
they'll switch to a line of attack that doesn't use
At that point, our job is done.
Then what is the point of putting through an optimization
like SUBMITTER? Especially since it seems to not optimize
the cases that you'd hope it would optimize?
Not meaning to single out Michael, but a lot of the traffic on this
list lately has been arguments about stopping spam. This working
group is not chartered to stop spam.
_I_ haven't said anything about stopping spam. But surely
it's not off limits to talk about how the people who use
forgery as an attack vector will react in the face better
Michael Thomas (mike(_at_)mtcc(_dot_)com http://www.mtcc.com/~mike/)
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