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  • Kaye Wallace
    http://www.moneyinside.org/components/com_content/surprise.php?xkuyn714xowdpd **************** The last vestiges of the old Republic have been swept away.
    Message 1 of 2 , Apr 18, 2013
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      The last vestiges of the old Republic have been swept away.


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    • aleksandr@razler.net
      Damnit! There are just Too Many Ignorant Computer Users out there, even in the Society who would prefer to think of their very complex and personally dangerous
      Message 2 of 2 , May 2, 2013
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        Damnit! There are just Too Many Ignorant Computer Users out there, even
        in the Society who would prefer to think of their very complex and
        personally dangerous machines as "Things you can Treat as Toasters,
        Dishwashers, Clocks and Cheap Stereos" that make messages like the one
        just posted as "Too Dangerous To Keep Our Newsgroups on Yahoo [For those
        of you who only saw the cartoon version of 'Gulliver's Travels', or
        never heard of H.L. Menkin, at least use a relatively safe tool, like a
        printed dictionary, to look up the sociopolitical meaning of "Yahoo"] it
        is time to move EK e-mailing lists, in fact all SCA lists to relatively
        safe, albeit slightly more expensive servers.

        And Yahoo and all the other groups offering us this nice 'free' service
        piping dangerous e-mail to our desks is making a nice profit on the deal
        itself. How?

        BY SELLING THE ID-THIEF OR ZOMBIE-NET BUILDER OR JUST DOWNRIGHT
        MALICIOUS BOMB THROWER LISTS OF OUR GROUPS (AND PROBABLY EACH AND EVERY
        MEMBER TOO)

        'How can you say that about such nice people?' the appliance-users ask.

        Simple.

        I don't know how many of you are reading this on a web browser, rather
        than a mail program, and how many reading on mail programs have them set
        so they can see the ENTIRE header, in this case, if you did, you would
        see [note, portions removed refer to my Internet Service Provider, {the
        folks I pay to handle razler.net (new SCA-related web site going up Real
        Soon Now)}; location, service deliverer {generally your phone- or
        cable-company} and the programs I use to send and deliver my mail, All
        the other stuff is what I've been able to track with the kind of tools
        EVERYBODY with a high-speed connection should own - Some folks sell to
        the cops for $Megs. But if you look around, you can find them free from
        "White-Hats" like AnalogX, and, uh, some folks you have to be VERY
        careful when dealing with, least you end up a target of a cracksman or
        the feds.]

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        track of my mail groups and letters returned undeliverable]
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        machine-readable address]
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        [http://www.atl4mhib39.myregisteredsite.com/ so far, a legit whois - but
        they pay someone to keep most of themselves secret beyond their absolute
        address](209.17.115.174)
        [And when we break out the medium artillery, we find out they are listed
        on about a half-dozen spam site trackers - A BIG spam site host:

        NetRange: 209.17.112.0 - 209.17.127.255
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        Date: Thu, 18 Apr 2013 17:03:12 -0400 (EDT)
        Subject: [EKSouth] RE: hello
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        Given 50% of the discussions at too many SCA events, one would think we
        are all "too computer-literate" to fall for the quite suspect and
        probably dangerous "click-on-the-link" posted the other day.

        But from the number of SCAdian-owned computers many of us have been
        asked to untangle, many of us realize just how many idiots there are out
        there, who, like several friends out there will respond to basic
        questions with lines like "How am I supposed to know what kind of a CPU
        I have, you tell me!" to "it's on an SCA list, how can it be dangerous.
        Besides, I have nothing to hide, a virus protector and a safe power strip".

        Not to mention the numbers of our readers who just love getting their
        e-mail on their web browser.

        Or the many willing to tell anything all about their lives to any e-mail
        that asks - especially promising vast rewards to those who really want
        that free three-day cruise.

        (note, anything on the message below marked [***] has been altered to
        prevent anyone blaming me for their suddenly maxed-out credit cards.)
        On 4/18/2013 5:03 PM, Kaye Wallace wrote:
        > 'http[**]/www.moneyinside.***/components/_content/surprise.[***]?xkuyn714[*****}
        >
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