Why forwarding is a Bad Thing

Brad Knowles brad.knowles at skynet.be
Thu Mar 22 19:33:38 UTC 2001

At 7:04 PM +0000 3/22/01, Jim Reid wrote:

>  Yes. Absolutely. The two things are equally evil and cause comparable
>  amounts of trouble IMO.

	Alright.  On that basis, I will stop recommending the use of 
forwarding caching name servers, and I will not further discuss this 
issue on this mailing list.

	Now I just have to figure out how I'm going to make the 
appropriate changes to my presentation slides.

Brad Knowles, <brad.knowles at skynet.be>

/*     efdtt.c     Author:  Charles M. Hannum <root at ihack.net>             */
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/*     Thanks to Phil Carmody <fatphil at asdf.org> for additional tweaks.    */
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/*     Length:  434 bytes (excluding unnecessary newlines)                 */
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/*     Usage is:  cat title-key scrambled.vob | efdtt >clear.vob           */
/*     where title-key = "153 2 8 105 225" or other similar 5-byte key     */

#define m(i)(x[i]^s[i+84])<<
unsigned char x[5],y,s[2048];main(n){for(read(0,x,5);read(0,s,n=2048);write(1,s
,n))if(s[y=s[13]%8+20]/16%4==1){int i=m(1)17^256+m(0)8,k=m(2)0,j=m(4)17^m(3)9^k

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