[RC5] Who cracked that block ??

Ryan Schmidt berrytech at bigfoot.com
Fri Jul 3 18:28:23 EDT 1998


Steve:
>If it is the latter, remember that you can now submit blocks via email.
>This can be really handy unless you have different users logging
>in(which would mean different email addresses).  Maybe you could email
>theseblocks to an account you have at home which you could then forward
>under YOUR email address to the d.net.  

Remember that it doesn't matter what e-mail address you send your bocks with.
They'll get credited to the e-mail address you have set up in your client's .ini
file.

Nick:
>At what stage, exactly, does the cracker's address get associated with a
>block ?

Right when it's cracked. The e-mail address in your client's .ini file is
encoded into each completed block. This enables multiple clients with multiple
e-mail addresses to use the same buff-out files and still be properly credited.
And it lets you e-mail buff-out files from a different address than the one that
actually cracked the blocks.
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