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Re: Interesting infographic on the history of firewalls Darden, Patrick (Aug 04)
I did something similar to this in 1994-5 at Harvard using a version of rot-13 and icmp. Seriously. And it worked.
:-)

--p

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Re: Interesting infographic on the history of firewalls Marcus J. Ranum (Aug 01)
Claudio Telmon wrote:

When I was at TIS, in 199?2, I set up Onions' tunnel driver and a couple
shell scripts that uuencoded the packets coming out of the tunnel, and
emailed them to another system user with a .forward file that uudecoded
the packets and injected them into a peer tunnel. With that setup, and its
opposite on both machines, I was able to NFS mount filesystems across
a secure mail guard. (Hint: if you're doing your own...

Re: Interesting infographic on the history of firewalls Marcus J. Ranum (Aug 01)
It hasn't happened, yet.

mjr.

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