License violation: GoldBug
Henry Hertz Hobbit
hhhobbit at securemecca.net
Sun Jul 28 02:54:49 CEST 2013
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If the licensing issues can be resolved GoldBug may be the only
chance we have of getting people to use encryption in any form.
I think it is time for attorneys to have their say.
Ergo, GoldBug should have done this a little more transparently
rather than just springing it on us. But if they had done that
maybe it would not have been done at all.
GoldBug doesn't meet my needs. I need mail messages with bad
host names given in forward rather than backward notation to get
the mail message past the email scanner and to know if a given
message or file really did come from the sender / file dropper.
I don't have any problems giving the name backwards but I
suspect the others do have problems reading the backwards names
and know they have problems creating them because they complain
about all the bounces they get. They blame it on my email
account rather than themselves because they refuse to use
enciphering (public key or symmetric). It took me the longest
time to get somebody to believe he had to zip the EXE file he
was sending me with some other format other than ZIP and to use
enciphering if he wanted to get it to me. Sigh.
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