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(fwd) Re: Intrusion from MIT???
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- Subject: (fwd) Re: Intrusion from MIT???
- From: Heiko Recktenwald <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Date: Mon, 15 May 2000 01:51:52 +0200 (CEST)
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Subject: Re: Intrusion from MIT???
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On 12 May 2000 02:03:36 -0600, vsync <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>email@example.com (Kristian Rask) writes:
>> I just heard a story the other day - a portscanning entity from the
>> middle-east. One of the maintainers at the local isp mailed a log to
>> 1 day after the reply came that they had received the mail
>> a few weeks later another reply came - they found the entity
>> and could inform that the entity now had 1 less finger !
>> As the maintainer stated - well.. he can try it 9 more times :-///
>10 - that's what the nose is for, right? =)
I heard a story from someone at IBM that one of the salesman got his
briefcase stolen when he was over there. He notified the authorities
and a few weeks later he gets his briefcase back in the mail with a
hand in it, the hand of the guy that stole it. I guess that stuff
really happens over there. Probably cuts down on the theft problem
quite a bit....
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