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Re: dealing with w32/bagle
- From: Stephen Milton
- Date: Thu Mar 04 13:21:04 2004
dropload.com seems to me to be the perfect model for anonymous file
delivery over the internet. Their system doesn't use SSL yet, but it
would be the logical next step.
Here is their description:
Dropload is a place for you to drop your files off and have them
picked up by someone else at a later time. Recipients you specify are
sent an email with instructions on how to download the file. Files
are removed from the system after 48 hours, regardless if they have
been picked up or not. Recipients can be anyone with an email address
The whole system uses HTTP for the transfer, no FTP hassles.
On Thu, Mar 04, 2004 at 05:20:49PM +0000, Roland Perry wrote:
> In article <20040304163204.8AEF010DA3@gateway.wvi.com>, Jeff Shultz
> <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes
> >Okay, so what are several ways to share files with a friend, where you
> >don't share any accounts or passwords, and where only your friend will
> >be able to access them?
> Putting the files into an obscurely named and unlinked directory of a
> website will normally be as good as necessary. The sender still has to
> mess with ftp, unless he has a web-based uploading system at his
> disposal (see fotopic.net for an example user interface).
> If you are prepared to concede that both parties must be subscribed to
> the same online community (be it Yahoo-Groups-alike or a messenger
> product) then the possibilities are endless, and many are not beyond
> granny's capabilities.
> Roland Perry
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