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Re: Stream2

  • From: Henry R. Linneweh
  • Date: Wed Jan 31 03:07:21 2001

This is the type of behavior I was talking about when I coined the term
cyber-terrorism. Releasing such code for the use of others in public forum,
will harm the fabric of the network,  is an overt act of terrorism in its final

I hope when they the FBI catch up with you, they pipe sunlight and air
to you.

jamie rishaw wrote:

> Excuse me susan. Dont read any further.
> Jason:
>   Why must you - and other people - be so fucking stupid?
>   Why not release a technical explanation of a problem, or something
> in a package, network stack, operating system or (*) - in a logical,
> "Hey, here's a problem, I think we should figure out how to fix it" or
> "Hey, here's a problem, and here's how I think it can be fixed" manner?
>   Are you twelve?
>   Do you think youre gonna get sucked off more now (or perhaps, more
> accurately, sucked off period) now that the #chix-with-big-tits
> IRC channel knows that you released something that's gonna be a pain in
> engineers' asses all over the world?
>   You've gained no respect here.
>   On Tue, Jan 30, 2001 at 09:42:23PM -0500, Jason Legate wrote:
> >
> > This is thrown together partially from the original sources of stream, and
> > partially from my own ramblings, it was a quick and dirty hack, so there
> > are parts of it that are messy.  For testing purposes on a lan, if you
> > want to verify packet headers, and not send as fast as it can, you can
> > define SLOW.
> >
> > This version has the fixed tcp cksum, and a MSS window of compile-time
> > definable size.
> --
> i am jamie at arpa dot com .. and this is my .sig.
> sho access-list 101
> Extended IP access list 101
>     deny udp any any eq domain (874572345872345 matches)


Thank you;
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