On Thu, 5 Aug 2004, Justin wrote:
> I completely understand that Security though Obfuscation is a bad
> idea. However I also think that advertising, "I have this
> hardware/setup at IP address XXX", especially since I need a
> reasonably complex set-up on hardware I have little experience in
> (yet), and the forums for discussing such matters are the places
> where those likely to comprise a network hang out ...
Did you send this email from this IP which you want to keep secret?
If so, I think I and the rest of the list already know it ;)
And yes, you're overly paranoid.
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