Greg Sabino Mullane
greg at turnstep.com
Wed May 19 01:36:20 CEST 2004
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> Thet sure looks like a Netsky D virus attached to the message I got
> in the saily digest Vol.8 Issue 12.
> We can't do anything about it. Authentication of the mailing lists
> relies on the Sender's address.
Well, there are a couple of things one can do, namely limiting the
size of the incoming messages:
> Has anyone added a signature verification feature to email list software?
> In other words, in order to send to the list, you would have to previously
> register your public key with the list software. It would then only let you
> send to the list if the message is signed by you.
I've heard that someone made a Mailman patch to do this. The problem is that
nobody yet is willing (or has the need) for this high of a hoop to jump
through for a mailing list.
Greg Sabino Mullane greg at turnstep.com
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