Mark Horton (email@example.com)
29 Sep 86 00:25:35 GMT
From: mark@cbosgd.ATT.COM (Mark Horton)
Subject: Re: SMTP, 2600, and the security of mail
Date: 29 Sep 86 00:25:32 GMT
Organization: AT&T Bell Laboratories, Columbus, Oh
Summary: False SMTP mail is easy to generate, but so is false paper mail
AUERBACH@CSL.SRI.COM (Karl Auerbach) writes:
> A while back I saw a copy of a newsletter titled "2600" which included
> source code demonstrating how one could pretend to be an SMTP engine and
> inject false mail into a host. Although the code had a few flaws, its
> general structure looked plausable (and short -- about 25 lines of C).
Sure it is. But that's not surprising. I can easily generate false
paper mail with a phony return address, and dump it into a paper
Nobody ever said EMail was hard to forge.
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