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From: mikehome at (Mike Barushok)
Subject: viruses being sent to list

On Fri, 30 Apr 2004, Feher Tamas wrote:

> Hello,
> >>I have recieved two virus infected emails from this list in
> >>the last week. Is it possible to have our list admin run clamav.
> >
> >You are joking?  Right?  In case you had not noticed this is
> >"Full Disclosure". Can not very well talk about virii with filters on.
> Hot-headed guys like you will quickly wreck the Internet! If people 
> consider hackers un-negotiable and equal to terrorists, the Net will 
> soon go under the UN charter and be subject to repression by national 
> governments.
> Why do you want to destroy the current framework we are all quite 
> happy with? If hackers studied and respected the guidelines, liberties 
> and bounds applying in the USA, the country that created the Internet, 
> our current freedoms could be maintained longer.
> 1., First Amendment defines free speech. Source code has been proven 
> free speech. Executables are not covered by free speech, however.

Executables are covered by the ninth amendment.

> Regards: Tamas Feher.
> _______________________________________________
> Full-Disclosure - We believe in it.
> Charter:

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