rtm and uucp

peter honeyman (mailrus!honey@iuvax.cs.indiana.edu)
8 Nov 88 13:54:14 GMT

John Moore asks:
>Anyone with a source
>license check to see if he slipped a trojan horse into uucico
>or uuxqt or something?

there's not a line of code in honey danber or 4.3uucp that was written
by rtm.

however, rtm's (independent) work on adding protection to uucp served
as the inspiration for honey danber's tight-assed protection scheme.
(e.g., by default, don't send files unless you placed the call; e.g.,
by default don't allow hosts to request files). his contribution here
was a valuable one.


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