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Heh. It is hard to imagine that anyone would care enough to steal account information and impersonate another monk. Heck, most of the people I know start rolling their eyes whenever I start talking about PerlMonks. Of course, many of them roll their eyes whenever I talk about anything, but that is another story. :)

Not to diminish the critical nature of PerlMonks or the way that civilization hangs in the balance on our every post, but surely those running keyloggers and sniffing network traffic have better fish to fry than this? Or perhaps it has been too long since I was in school, and I've forgotten how much time one has for pranks and mischief ... ?


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In reply to Re: Public Access Terminals and Account Integrity. by ptum
in thread Public Access Terminals and Account Integrity. by DigitalKitty

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