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Re: Cleanup process question

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  • Rod Dorman
    ... a) there is no guarantee that 10.133.1.50 is an IP address (although I d agree that it probably is). b) Even if it is an IP address it reveals very little
    Message 1 of 3 , Sep 1, 2006
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      On Friday, September 1, 2006, 18:42:13, James Lay wrote:
      > So question...every now and then I see something like:
      > Aug 22 09:36:19 mail postfix/cleanup[31511]: 917D81EF20F:
      > message-id=<s4eb3229.080@10.133.1.50>
      > in my logs. My question is concerning the 10.133.1.50...is this
      > exposing the internal IP scheme of the remote network?

      a) there is no guarantee that 10.133.1.50 is an IP address (although I'd
      agree that it probably is).

      b) Even if it is an IP address it reveals very little of the internal
      network topology, you don't even know the netmask.

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