[RC5] client protocol security

David McNett nugget at slacker.com
Wed Nov 19 14:11:55 EST 1997

>Are blocks tagged via IP, email address, or some other identifier in
>the database logs?  It would make it really easy to invalidate all
>blocks returned by a weasel, or even by a client which is discovered 
>to be buggy after-the-fact.  Or is this in the v3 protocol?  ;-)

The logs tell us the timestamp, block ID, block length, email address,
submitting IP, keyserver used, cpu, os, and client version.

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