Re: Frank Carmickle and Marco Paganini must die
On Saturday 25 September 2004 00:28, Thomas Bushnell BSG wrote:
> Adam McKenna <email@example.com> writes:
> > Like I said, it's offtopic. Feel free to contact me offlist about it if
> > you really want to know.
> If someone gets an answer, can you please let me know what it is?
The answers are really simple ;-)
Your ISP knows that it gives to you a "dynamic-ip" so they report this
dynamic-ip pool to DUL's and whenever they want.
The second answer is that the above is useless because these dynamic-ip users
could use a smart host (static) with a mail routing based on X.509 cert and
the original Receive: from field(s) in the header could be
stripped/changed/removed from the header so nobody can tell whether this mail
was originated from a dynamic-ip user's MUA or MTA, or from the second
smarthost MTA which is statically linked.
The whole story is that you could use your MTA on a dynamically connected
host and nobody even know that, regardless all those advanced black and white
lists exchanged by people who even do not know what a SMTP service is and
what is not.
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