Utah governor signs Net-porn bill

Jay R. Ashworth jra at baylink.com
Wed Mar 23 20:37:31 UTC 2005

On Wed, Mar 23, 2005 at 11:23:12AM -0500, Rich Kulawiec wrote:
> What is the plan -- if any -- to deal with the hosting of the porn sites
> on the computers of the people who they're supposed to be blocked from?
> What I'm referring to is the occasional spammer tactic of downloading
> web site contents into a hijacked Windows box ("zombie") and then using
> either redirectors, or rapidly-updating DNS, or just plain old IP addresses
> in URIs to send HTTP traffic there.  This seems to be a tactic of choice
> on those occasions when the content is of a dubious nature: kiddie porn,
> warez, credit card numbers, identity theft tools, that sort of thing.

"That's simple: just block inbound access to port 80 on the customer

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