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SubjectRe: XXX in AIC7XXX (Let them filter this)
On Thu, 21 Feb 2002, Matti Aarnio wrote:

> The attached text is an extract from an error report about several
> subscribers, as those people ISPs/corporations run rather simple-minded
> message content filters.
> No doubt you have received your share of triple alphabet denoted
> messages about "services" some purvouers want to draw your attention
> into. Unfortunately (for the Adaptec driver config symbol name)
> the AIC7NNN (lets use "wrong" character here to avoid scanners)
> is considered by weak quality scanners to be the very same as "NNN",
> which usually is a signature feature in such messages.

This is exSEXUALy why EXPLICIT POROGRAPHIC filters can't work.

Dick Johnson

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