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Re: Red team attacks vs. cracking

also sprach Paul Johnson <baloo@ursine.ca> [2006.05.30.2120 +0200]:
> Even the guy at 7-Eleven has the big book of north american ID cards with 
> pictures and descriptions of what makes a real one for when they encounter an 
> ID that they've never seen before.  Surely Debian can do as well as the guy 
> selling cigarettes and beer at the 7-Eleven when it comes to verification...

<fun context="true story">
  I once had the 7-Eleven guy refuse my German driver's licence,
  because it had "VOID" printed over it in this very book

The idea is a nice one, let's compile a book with descriptions of
valid IDs. However, this really won't help at all during a KSP.

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