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Re: Recent fun on Debian-Security



Sat, 20 Jul 2002 09:38:44 +0200, tu as dit : 

 > Le Friday 19 July 2002 à 13:08:07 -0400, Phillip Hofmeister a écrit:

[...]

 > Sush a system of real-time blacklist mainted by email already exist for
 > french users, see http://perso.linuxfr.org/nospam/spam.html. A robot is
 > listening an email address, it receives GPG signed emails with copies of
 > spam mail and command to add an email or a domain in the blacklist.
 > Anyone can listen to the list and reproduce the robot actions on it own
 > MTA access files or regulary download the files directly on
 > http://perso.linuxfr.org/nospam/user.txt and
 > http://perso.linuxfr.org/nospam/domain.txt.

 > Maybe this robot could be reused, see with penso@linuxfr.org.

Hi.

I can give away the sources of the perl robot which does that. Simple,
you do add the name which appear in the gpg key, then people sign the
message with a command to add / remove an entry.

Mail me if you are interested.

-- 
Fabien Penso <penso@linuxfr.org> | LinuxFr a toujours besoin de :
http://perso.LinuxFr.org/penso/  | http://linuxFr.org/dons/

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