Re: [Asrg] An "ideal" false positive (TMGRS take 2)

Rich Kulawiec <rsk@gsp.org> Sun, 14 February 2010 23:56 UTC

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Subject: Re: [Asrg] An "ideal" false positive (TMGRS take 2)
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On Sun, Feb 14, 2010 at 03:04:51PM -0800, Steve Atkins wrote:
> You sent the email I'm replying to from an end user system, so there's an innate paradox in that statement.

Actually, no.  My email message is NOT an input to a security
policy mechanism.

---Rsk