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Now the idiots at ORBS are probing random dial-ups

  • From: Barry Shein
  • Date: Mon Aug 21 22:01:50 2000


Obviously random dial-ups have different hosts logged on each time
they try, often no one is logged on.

So of course they get to imagine whatever they like (e.g., when no one
is dialed up that maybe they've been firewalled.)

Somehow their broken software imagines it sees the same open relay
repeatedly on some random dialup IP, which of course is incredibly
unlikely.

Is there any reasonable way to tell these ORBS and MAPS losers
"possibly good intentions, but so badly run that: no thanks" from the
net administrator community.

I'm really getting sick of these incompetent self-promoters wasting
peoples' times.

Maybe if they heard enough voices telling them "no thanks" they'd get
the hint their efforts are not appreciated and not wanted.

Oh, and a word from ORBS' fearless leader:

  From alan@manawatu.gen.nz  Sun Feb  7 23:11:52 1999
  >As for you, fuck off. Your attitude has got you a permanent entry in ght
  >shub list.

No doubt something to do with all the attention I get from these jerks.

-- 
        -Barry Shein

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