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Re: request unsubscribe



----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Edward Croft" <ecroft openratings com>

> On Thu, 2003-10-30 at 13:32, jdow wrote:
> > Sorry, you must do this yourself. I leave it as an educational exercise
> > for you to learn how. It's really not hard at all.
> > {^_^}
> 
> J, some of these people got placed on the list inadvertently. At least
> that is what I am getting. They didn't sign on and can't sign off. Being
> as they probably don't have a password, it is not as easy as you think.
> I know that the same happened on the redhat list and there is someone
> from Red Hat monitoring on that list and taking people off manually. So
> short of someone getting and "educational exercise" in how to hack into
> a system in order to get them off a list that they didn't ask to be on,
> well, I think that is a bit much.

Considering how the sign on process works it should be remarkably hard
for someone to get signed on involuntarily unless they are just plain
not safe around computers and have an easily hacked password on a machine
that is not physically secured.
{o.o}




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