[Standards-JIG] anti-spim techniques
s.devrieze at pandora.be
Sun Aug 28 20:35:33 UTC 2005
Op zondag 28 augustus 2005 19:28, schreef Peter Saint-Andre:
> Ian Paterson wrote:
> > Sander wrote:
> >>>Has Sander (or anyone else), got some time to write a first
> >>>draft of a new generally-useful 'Bot-Proof Challenges' JEP?
> >>I am afraid I need to finish exams first. I also have no
> >>experience with
> >>writing JEPs. But if I have time again and someone wants to
> >>assist me with writing the JEP, I am happy to help.
> > St Peter is usually a wonderful help. :)
> I'm always happy to draft another proto-JEP.
Yes, that would be nice as I am lazy ;-)
> I've already written three
> others so far this weekend. ;-)
> > Yes, this does not solve the problem. But, as you mentioned, every
> > partial barrier helps to make SPIM less profitable. [And if I were a
> > spimmer I would concentrate on the cheapest targets.]
> They usually do.
But if Jabber/XMPP is used everywhere in the future, it is the only
> 1. Preventing SPIM on a standalone IM service
> 2. Preventing SPIM on an interconnected IM network
I think the second is the most important to (now) concentrate on.
Mvg, Sander Devrieze.
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