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Date: Tue, 28 Aug 2012 03:36:02 -0400
To: Igor Igor <>
Subject: Re: Printer in the DMZ

On Mon, 27 Aug 2012 12:45:23 -0400, Igor Igor said:

> Robots.txt not supported in any printer.. too bad, all listed in all major
> search engine....

/me pops off a whois query, looks at the owner of the address space,
and is amazed that Igor was only able to find 36 printers there.

> Benji, are they belong to you ? You are the only one that I can think off
> that would put that in a DMZ

Anybody who didn't just fall out of a tree would look at the address space
owner and not be at all surprised.  Not everybody buys into the
corporate-fascist "thou must have a firewall" mindset.

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