Criminals, The Network, and You [Was: Something Else]

Sean Donelan sean at
Thu Sep 13 00:48:32 UTC 2007

On Wed, 12 Sep 2007, Jason J. W. Williams wrote:
> your customers. As an example, it's not a suitable answer to our law
> firm customers who are critically-dependent on receiving e-mail from
> hopelessly broken senders.

I've always wondered why the bad guys can't wrap postal packages correctly 
or spell.

On the other hand, if you get a package that looks like that, is it really 
worth taking the chance?  Appearences can be important.

Hopeless broken senders seem to figure out how to fix things when their
critically important (sent via an unreliable e-mail) messages keep getting
returned to sender.

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