[RC5] Holding blocks hostage

Kergosien, Gregory G. GGKergosien at eden.trevecca.edu
Wed Nov 19 12:56:23 EST 1997


In the words of a biological weapons engineer the X-Files...

"However paranoid you are, you aren't paranoid enough!"

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> From: 	exelrud at usa.net[SMTP:exelrud at usa.net] on behalf of
> Jacques Exelrud[SMTP:exelrud at usa.net]
> Sent: 	Wednesday, November 19, 1997 10:09 AM
> To: 	'rc5 at llamas.net'
> Subject: 	RE: [RC5] Holding blocks hostage
> 
> 	That's good to know.
> 	Based in this fact I know that you DO have the source for the
> email program, your browser, etc.
> 	Let's face it. You MUST have the source of EVERYTHING you run in
> your machine, OS, Text editing, compilers, drivers.
> 	Uh, do you have the source of that little program running inside
> your VCR ? NO ??? Be carefull it can sending your talks over the power
> line...
> 	Maybe your celular phone is wired also.
> 	Never too late to be paranoid.
> 
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> 	From: 	Chris Hodson (BFR Consultant)
> 	Sent: 	Tuesday, November 18, 1997 12:52 PM
> 	To: 	rc5 at llamas.net
> 	Subject: 	[RC5] Holding blocks hostage
> 
> 	I've decided that I am not going to return any blocks until I
> can figure out
> 	what it is I am returning.  In other words, when bivine releases
> the source
> 	code, I'll release the blocks I've done.
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