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Mon Feb 28 05:17:38 CET 2011
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El 28-02-2011 0:27, Robert J. Hansen escribió:
> Then we're at an impasse, because that claim wouldn't fly with me. Let's imagine Fake-Martin and Real-Martin (FM and RM).
> FM: [message]
> RM: Hey, that's not me! I'm me. See? I've signed this with the same cert I've used for everything else on this list.
> FM: No, I'm the real Martin. I didn't sign up for this mailing list until last week. You signed up here a long time ago and posted messages pretending to be me, so that when I came on the list you could falsely claim to be me!
At this point, and since it is about a mailing list, I would be more
interested in knowing who is the real Martin, even if his name is not
In other words, I don't know if you write using your real name, but I
still would like to know if someone else is trying to impersonate you.
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