writes: A couple of years ago I reported a bug in Google's Gmail system, basically any message you send to a mail list you are subscribed to, or that anyone cross-posts to several mail lists you are subscribed to, Gmail will ignore all messages except the first message it has on record. ie. If you sent it, it will effectively ignore the copy you would expect back obviously because it already has the copy you sent, and for cross-posted messages you are left with not knowing what other mail lists the message was sent to since you only see the first copy it accepts.
Response I have from Google was, "not a bug" ?!?
writes: As important as this the mentioned article is, it should also be pointed out that any IT staff worth their pay packet should already have port 139 blocked at the firewall, and probably port 445. too.Link to Original Source
writes: With the recent activity over Digg.com vs AACS, how valid do you think Digg.com is? Add to that there are many that think Digg.com is easy to hack and therefore falsify it's listings (this is I believe what really happened, hackers didn't want the AACS "stuff" to be removed, it isn't that hard for hackers to get there virus "bots" to register and vote. (This is my opinion).
So what do you think?
Can't live without it.
I don't care, where is my fish, the answer was 42