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Re: Paper on Email Authentication (Authorization really) (was - Re: Micorsoft's Sender ID Authentication......?)
- From: J.D. Falk
- Date: Mon Jun 13 21:00:32 2005
On 06/13/05, "william(at)elan.net" <email@example.com> wrote:
> > No matter how the authors may "promote" their methods, most
> > people don't perceive that there's any great separation between
> > anti-spam and anti-forgery techniques. As far as they're
> > concerned, all e-mail threats are basically the same.
> This attitude is exactly playing in the hands of DMA which wants to
> make it seem like spam is only those UBE with forged origin data.
I'm not describing my own attitude above, so you can stop being
insulting. What I've described is a common perception held by
end-user types. I'm not saying their perceptions are correct,
I'm just saying they exist and shouldn't be ignored.
This is moving further off-topic, so I'll leave it at that.
J.D. Falk blong! you are a pickle!