Re: solution time for www/smtp firstname.lastname@example.org (Jonathan Abbey)
Date: Fri, 13 Aug 93 09:50:13 CDT
From: email@example.com (Jonathan Abbey)
Subject: Re: solution time for www/smtp hole
> Subject: solution time for www/smtp hole
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> OK, let's bring this thing to a close.
> How about we start disallowing Gopher connections to anything other
> than 70 and 71 (some Gopher servers use the latter), HTTP connections
> to anything other than 80, Z39.50 and 210, and NNTP connections to
> anything other than (whatever the NNTP port is), etc. -- except for
> >1024, which is wide open.
> Is that sufficient to make AT&T and MvH happy? Does it cause any
> impact on *current* functionality?
> Is it also necessary to prohibit escaping of cr/lf?
Don't forget about the CSO nameserver at port 105.