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From: eballen1 at qwest.net (Bruce Ediger)
Subject: 60 Poot ze-a cheekee in de-a oofee!


On Fri, 11 Oct 2002, David Vincent wrote:

> >Even an unmoderated list requires some filtering
> >of abusers.  Otherwise, what good is a list charter?
>
> my point exactly.

At first, I thought the "Poot" messages were just spam.  But the "GOBBLES"
identity possesses a certain amount of credibility.  Now, I believe that
GOBBLES is revealing the multi-platform root exploit in steganographic
fashion, spread out over many list articles.

I just can't find anything obvious - the Swedish Chef text part of each
"Poot" compares identically with every other one.  Perhaps the invalid
digital signatures contain the hidden bit(s).


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