On Mon, Aug 20, 2001 at 11:07:53AM -0400, Michael Young wrote:
If you remove or irreversibly alter the UserID material,
Altering the *real* UserID material is probably not a good
idea. However, you can do a lot on the presentation layer. A keyserver
could allow searching for e-mail addresses (even with substring
search) but not *display* them (or display them in a mangled way).
This helps prevent "tree walking" because knowledge of the content
would be required to retrieve it.
Ingo Luetkebohle / ingo(_at_)blank(_dot_)pages(_dot_)de / Student of
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