On Tue, 31 Jul 2001, William Knowles wrote: >> approve c0nundrum unsubscribe ISN Pepperat_private > > You bad boy. I think you wanted to send that to majordomo. > > n0w 3y3 h4v3 j00r p455w0rd!@#$ ph33r m3, fux0r! ;) Yeah yeah, the joys of learning various mailing list software on the job, with listserv I sent off a spam message, with Ezmlm I sent off a few configuration messages from those other guys I just left, and with all the clowns that can't keep their mailboxes empty, or parties that can't quit their mailing lists as fast as the HR department is there with a box in hand, and a security guard at the door, I sent off my majordomo password. :) I changed the password as soon as I noticed it, and to answer another question, yes I do find myself watching 'Seven Days' if there is nothing else on television, in fact the server that will be hosting C4I.org will be named conundrum since it seems so fitting for information security. Conundrum: 1. A riddle in which a fanciful question is answered by a pun. 2. A paradoxical, insoluble, or difficult problem; a dilemma: the conundrum, thus far unanswered, of achieving full employment without inflation (Arthur M. Schlesinger, Jr.). 3. A kind of riddle based upon some fanciful or fantastic resemblance between things quite unlike; a puzzling question, of which the answer is or involves a pun. 4. a difficult problem Now back to deleting more yahoo.com, email.com, and netscape.net accounts. :) Cheers! William Knowles wkat_private *==============================================================* "Communications without intelligence is noise; Intelligence without communications is irrelevant." Gen Alfred. M. Gray, USMC ================================================================ C4I.org - Computer Security, & Intelligence - http://www.c4i.org *==============================================================* - ISN is currently hosted by Attrition.org To unsubscribe email majordomoat_private with 'unsubscribe isn' in the BODY of the mail.
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