[Dshield] Blackworm liability with ISPs?
bpennell at coxhealthplans.com
Fri Feb 3 22:19:31 GMT 2006
Just when I thought that thread was dead.
Since you're referring to Blackworm in the Subject, I'm assuming you're
condoning the monitoring of email by my ISP?
Your solution sounds too much like AOL/ATF/RIAA/KGB/Gastapo.
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[mailto:list-bounces at lists.dshield.org]On Behalf Of Laura Vance
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Subject: Re: [Dshield] Blackworm liability with ISPs?
The problems here sound like what we were discussing a few weeks ago in
the thread "Possible solution for ISP". I know some of you were
wondering when I'd bring this up, and I'm glad you were. It shows that
I'm not the only one that sees a parallel between this thread and that
Just for refreshing everyone's memory, here is what was discussed... a
"typical" scenario if you will. Below is a list of benefits for this
system, and the list was updated based on discussion in the prior
thread. Thanks to everyone's kind input.
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