[JDEV] Proposal for filters on incomming messages
Thomas D. Charron
tcharron at my-deja.com
Wed Aug 11 18:32:13 CDT 1999
On Wed, 11 Aug 1999 23:18:05 Anders Qvist wrote:
>I can create my own server and have it send a rejection reply to a
>client on another server. This means either jabbertransport or client
>(preferably the earlier if you ask me) needs to know what messages it has
>sent in order to tell that a rejection reply (or indeed any reply) is
>authentic. A rather tedious job.
Anyone can setup a server is our namespace.. I can throw one out of the blue at anyplace I want, just like email..
>Things could be simplified a little by fitting all messages with a one-way
>encryption of some secret that is rotated once every week or so. This
>would mean we only need to keep track of a small pile of secrets, rather
>than the MD5 checksum or ID of all messages ever sent.
Not possible, again, the nature of the beast we've created..
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