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Re: Security of National Infrastructure
- From: Alexander Harrowell
- Date: Sat Dec 30 05:22:59 2006
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And then I can refuse to read anything that comes from the US. After all, the pharma spam is clearly targeted on US residents. But what about all the Alice.it/Telecom Italia spam? Killfile the whole country, clearly. And the Chinese porno spam? And the Russian hackers?
I remember there used to be something called the Internet..
On 12/30/06, Chris L. Morrow <
On Fri, 29 Dec 2006, Randy Bush wrote:
> > Why is it that every company out there allows connections through their
> > firewalls to their web and mail infrastructure from countries that they
> > don't even do business in. Shouldn't it be our default to only allow US
> > based IP addresses and then allow others as needed? The only case I can
> > think of would be traveling folks that need to VPN or something, which
> > could be permitted in the Firewall, but WHY WIDE OPEN ACCESS? We still
> > seem to be in the wild west, but no-one has the b@lls to be braven and
> > block the unnecessary access.
> maybe because those godless communist sexually deviant vicious perverts
> out there in the rest of the world are damned hard to differentiate from
> the sexually deviant vicious perverts we have in our government?
> and there money is still good. you may want to look at the balance of
> trade and worry about the opposite flow.
I think the better answer is: "your network your choices, my network my