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Re: Anyone here from Microsoft? Hacked?
On 01/25/02, David Charlap <[email protected]> wrote: > Paul Timmins wrote: > > > > umm, notice that domain name? See that @ sign? Anything before it > > is sent as a username, which is generally ignored unless requested. > > We now return you to your regularly scheduled network operations > > discussion and flamewars. > > Reminds me of an old joke when I was in college. I used to have this in > my .signature: > > Free UNIX accounts. Telnet to 127.0.0.1. Use your existing > user ID and password to login. > > I got a lot of mail from concerned-but-clueless people warning me that > this may be a criminal trying to harvest passwords. > > Of course, the joke is far less effective today, when most people on the > internet are not using UNIX systems. There was a pretty impressive warez network running on that IP address for a while, too. The slogan was "everything we have is yours." -- J.D. Falk "Whom can you ask <[email protected]> what you came to make happen in this world?" -- Rob Brezny, adapted from Pablo Naruda