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mixmaster obstructs Satoshi-like scenarios
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Fritz Wuehler
2017-07-16 08:33:46 UTC
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Suppose someone wants to post something anonymously for which they
need the option to later take credit for the post. The obvious
approach would be to sign the content with an unidentified key. At
the authors will, the key could later be made publically known or
recognized.

Mixmaster threatens that use case. It strips off PGP clear sigs.
WTF? This is an abuse. Senders who clearsign something know what
they're doing and what they need. They don't need a nanny.

Also, when a message contains a line in the text of the body where the
line begins with the word "From", mixmaster should not be quoting it.
Zax
2017-07-16 08:39:51 UTC
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On Sun, 16 Jul 2017 08:33:46 +0000, Fritz Wuehler wrote in
Message-Id: <***@msgid.frell.theremailer.net>:

> Suppose someone wants to post something anonymously for which they
> need the option to later take credit for the post. The obvious
> approach would be to sign the content with an unidentified key. At
> the authors will, the key could later be made publically known or
> recognized.
>
> Mixmaster threatens that use case. It strips off PGP clear sigs.
> WTF? This is an abuse. Senders who clearsign something know what
> they're doing and what they need. They don't need a nanny.

Mixmaster doesn't add or strip anything from the message payload.

> Also, when a message contains a line in the text of the body where the
> line begins with the word "From", mixmaster should not be quoting it.

Please can you post an example of this behaviour to a test group? I'd
like to check it out.

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Fritz Wuehler
2017-07-17 07:20:27 UTC
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> Mixmaster doesn't add or strip anything from the message payload.

As I replied to your msg just now, your sig appeared in the quote. So
apparently gnus (the emacs-based usenet client) hides it from view,
which caused me to think it was stripped. Sorry for the mislead.

> > Also, when a message contains a line in the text of the body where the
> > line begins with the word "From", mixmaster should not be quoting it.
>
> Please can you post an example of this behaviour to a test group?
> I'd like to check it out.

I'll just do it here. The next paragraph will begin with "From", and
mixmaster will add a ">" to the left of it:

>From where did it come?
sn❄❄m
2017-07-17 08:06:55 UTC
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>
>> Mixmaster d=?UTF-8?B?4p2E?=esn't add =?UTF-8?B?4p2E?=r strip anything fr=?UTF-8?B?4p2E?=m the message payl=?UTF-8?B?4p2E?=ad.
>
>As I replied t=?UTF-8?B?4p2E?= y=?UTF-8?B?4p2E?=ur msg just n=?UTF-8?B?4p2E?=w, y=?UTF-8?B?4p2E?=ur sig appeared in the qu=?UTF-8?B?4p2E?=te. S=?UTF-8?B?4p2E?=
>apparently gnus (the emacs-based usenet client) hides it fr=?UTF-8?B?4p2E?=m view,
>which caused me t=?UTF-8?B?4p2E?= think it was stripped. S=?UTF-8?B?4p2E?=rry f=?UTF-8?B?4p2E?=r the mislead.
>
>> > Als=?UTF-8?B?4p2E?=, when a message c=?UTF-8?B?4p2E?=ntains a line in the text =?UTF-8?B?4p2E?=f the b=?UTF-8?B?4p2E?=dy where the
>> > line begins with the w=?UTF-8?B?4p2E?=rd "Fr=?UTF-8?B?4p2E?=m", mixmaster sh=?UTF-8?B?4p2E?=uld n=?UTF-8?B?4p2E?=t be qu=?UTF-8?B?4p2E?=ting it.
>>
>> Please can y=?UTF-8?B?4p2E?=u p=?UTF-8?B?4p2E?=st an example =?UTF-8?B?4p2E?=f this behavi=?UTF-8?B?4p2E?=ur t=?UTF-8?B?4p2E?= a test gr=?UTF-8?B?4p2E?=up?
>> I'd like t=?UTF-8?B?4p2E?= check it =?UTF-8?B?4p2E?=ut.
>
>I'll just d=?UTF-8?B?4p2E?= it here. The next paragraph will begin with "Fr=?UTF-8?B?4p2E?=m", and
>mixmaster will add a ">" t=?UTF-8?B?4p2E?= the left =?UTF-8?B?4p2E?=f it:
>
>>Fr=?UTF-8?B?4p2E?=m where did it c=?UTF-8?B?4p2E?=me?
>

Fr=?UTF-8?B?4p2E?=m
Nathan Hale
2017-07-18 04:19:28 UTC
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<***@msgid.frell.theremailer.net>
Fritz Wuehler <***@spamexpire-
201707.rodent.frell.theremailer.net> wrote:
>
> > Mixmaster doesn't add or strip anything from the message payload.
>
> As I replied to your msg just now, your sig appeared in the quote. So
> apparently gnus (the emacs-based usenet client) hides it from view,
> which caused me to think it was stripped. Sorry for the mislead.
>
> > > Also, when a message contains a line in the text of the body where the
> > > line begins with the word "From", mixmaster should not be quoting it.
> >
> > Please can you post an example of this behaviour to a test group?
> > I'd like to check it out.
>
> I'll just do it here. The next paragraph will begin with "From", and
> mixmaster will add a ">" to the left of it:
>
> >From where did it come?

From
from
From.
From:
From;
From-
From_
Anonymous
2017-07-18 21:03:25 UTC
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In article <***@remailer.org.uk>
Nathan Hale <***@remailer.org.uk> wrote:
>
> In article
> <***@msgid.frell.theremailer.net>
> Fritz Wuehler <***@spamexpire-
> 201707.rodent.frell.theremailer.net> wrote:
> >
> > > Mixmaster doesn't add or strip anything from the message payload.
> >
> > As I replied to your msg just now, your sig appeared in the quote. So
> > apparently gnus (the emacs-based usenet client) hides it from view,
> > which caused me to think it was stripped. Sorry for the mislead.
> >
> > > > Also, when a message contains a line in the text of the body where the
> > > > line begins with the word "From", mixmaster should not be quoting it.
> > >
> > > Please can you post an example of this behaviour to a test group?
> > > I'd like to check it out.
> >
> > I'll just do it here. The next paragraph will begin with "From", and
> > mixmaster will add a ">" to the left of it:
> >
> > >From where did it come?
>
> From
> from
> From.
> From:
> From;
> From-
> From_

From>
from>
from$
from#
From}
Anonymous
2017-07-19 02:34:42 UTC
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In article <***@hoi-polloi.org>
Anonymous <***@hoi-polloi.org> wrote:
>
> In article <***@remailer.org.uk>
> Nathan Hale <***@remailer.org.uk> wrote:
> >
> > In article
> > <***@msgid.frell.theremailer.net>
> > Fritz Wuehler <***@spamexpire-
> > 201707.rodent.frell.theremailer.net> wrote:
> > >
> > > > Mixmaster doesn't add or strip anything from the message payload.
> > >
> > > As I replied to your msg just now, your sig appeared in the quote. So
> > > apparently gnus (the emacs-based usenet client) hides it from view,
> > > which caused me to think it was stripped. Sorry for the mislead.
> > >
> > > > > Also, when a message contains a line in the text of the body where the
> > > > > line begins with the word "From", mixmaster should not be quoting it.
> > > >
> > > > Please can you post an example of this behaviour to a test group?
> > > > I'd like to check it out.
> > >
> > > I'll just do it here. The next paragraph will begin with "From", and
> > > mixmaster will add a ">" to the left of it:
> > >
> > > >From where did it come?
> >
> > From
> > from
> > From.
> > From:
> > From;
> > From-
> > From_
>
> From>
> from>
> from$
> from#
> From}

enough asshole!
Nathan Hale
2017-07-19 04:26:17 UTC
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In article <***@hoi-polloi.org>
Anonymous <***@hoi-polloi.org> wrote:
>
> In article <***@hoi-polloi.org>
> Anonymous <***@hoi-polloi.org> wrote:
> >
> > In article <***@remailer.org.uk>
> > Nathan Hale <***@remailer.org.uk> wrote:
> > >
> > > In article
> > > <***@msgid.frell.theremailer.net>
> > > Fritz Wuehler <***@spamexpire-
> > > 201707.rodent.frell.theremailer.net> wrote:
> > > >
> > > > > Mixmaster doesn't add or strip anything from the message payload.
> > > >
> > > > As I replied to your msg just now, your sig appeared in the quote. So
> > > > apparently gnus (the emacs-based usenet client) hides it from view,
> > > > which caused me to think it was stripped. Sorry for the mislead.
> > > >
> > > > > > Also, when a message contains a line in the text of the body where the
> > > > > > line begins with the word "From", mixmaster should not be quoting it.
> > > > >
> > > > > Please can you post an example of this behaviour to a test group?
> > > > > I'd like to check it out.
> > > >
> > > > I'll just do it here. The next paragraph will begin with "From", and
> > > > mixmaster will add a ">" to the left of it:
> > > >
> > > > >From where did it come?
> > >
> > > From
> > > from
> > > From.
> > > From:
> > > From;
> > > From-
> > > From_
> >
> > From>
> > from>
> > from$
> > from#
> > From}
>
> enough asshole!

>From enough asshole
>From enough asshole
>From enough asshole
>From enough asshole
>From enough asshole
>From enough asshole
>From enough asshole
>From enough asshole
>From enough asshole
>From enough asshole
>From enough asshole
>From enough asshole
>From enough asshole
>From enough asshole
>From enough asshole
>From enough asshole
>From enough asshole
>From enough asshole
>From enough asshole
>From enough asshole
Nomen Nescio
2017-07-19 22:53:29 UTC
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In article <***@remailer.org.uk>
Nathan Hale <***@remailer.org.uk> wrote:
>
> In article <***@hoi-polloi.org>
> Anonymous <***@hoi-polloi.org> wrote:
> >
> > In article <***@hoi-polloi.org>
> > Anonymous <***@hoi-polloi.org> wrote:
> > >
> > > In article <***@remailer.org.uk>
> > > Nathan Hale <***@remailer.org.uk> wrote:
> > > >
> > > > In article
> > > > <***@msgid.frell.theremailer.net>
> > > > Fritz Wuehler <***@spamexpire-
> > > > 201707.rodent.frell.theremailer.net> wrote:
> > > > >
> > > > > > Mixmaster doesn't add or strip anything from the message payload.
> > > > >
> > > > > As I replied to your msg just now, your sig appeared in the quote. So
> > > > > apparently gnus (the emacs-based usenet client) hides it from view,
> > > > > which caused me to think it was stripped. Sorry for the mislead.
> > > > >
> > > > > > > Also, when a message contains a line in the text of the body where the
> > > > > > > line begins with the word "From", mixmaster should not be quoting it.
> > > > > >
> > > > > > Please can you post an example of this behaviour to a test group?
> > > > > > I'd like to check it out.
> > > > >
> > > > > I'll just do it here. The next paragraph will begin with "From", and
> > > > > mixmaster will add a ">" to the left of it:
> > > > >
> > > > > >From where did it come?
> > > >
> > > > From
> > > > from
> > > > From.
> > > > From:
> > > > From;
> > > > From-
> > > > From_
> > >
> > > From>
> > > from>
> > > from$
> > > from#
> > > From}
> >
> > enough asshole!
>
> >From enough asshole
> >From enough asshole
> >From enough asshole
> >From enough asshole
> >From enough asshole
> >From enough asshole
> >From enough asshole
> >From enough asshole
> >From enough asshole
> >From enough asshole
> >From enough asshole
> >From enough asshole
> >From enough asshole
> >From enough asshole
> >From enough asshole
> >From enough asshole
> >From enough asshole
> >From enough asshole
> >From enough asshole
> >From enough asshole

>From asshole!
>From asshole!
>From asshole!
>From asshole!
>From asshole!
>From asshole!
>From asshole!
>From asshole!
>From asshole!
>From asshole!
>From asshole!
>From asshole!
Anonymous
2017-07-20 11:14:06 UTC
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In article <***@dizum.com>
Nomen Nescio <***@dizum.com> wrote:
>
> In article <***@remailer.org.uk>
> Nathan Hale <***@remailer.org.uk> wrote:
> >
> > In article <***@hoi-polloi.org>
> > Anonymous <***@hoi-polloi.org> wrote:
> > >
> > > In article <***@hoi-polloi.org>
> > > Anonymous <***@hoi-polloi.org> wrote:
> > > >
> > > > In article <***@remailer.org.uk>
> > > > Nathan Hale <***@remailer.org.uk> wrote:
> > > > >
> > > > > In article
> > > > > <***@msgid.frell.theremailer.net>
> > > > > Fritz Wuehler <***@spamexpire-
> > > > > 201707.rodent.frell.theremailer.net> wrote:
> > > > > >
> > > > > > > Mixmaster doesn't add or strip anything from the message payload.
> > > > > >
> > > > > > As I replied to your msg just now, your sig appeared in the quote. So
> > > > > > apparently gnus (the emacs-based usenet client) hides it from view,
> > > > > > which caused me to think it was stripped. Sorry for the mislead.
> > > > > >
> > > > > > > > Also, when a message contains a line in the text of the body where the
> > > > > > > > line begins with the word "From", mixmaster should not be quoting it.
> > > > > > >
> > > > > > > Please can you post an example of this behaviour to a test group?
> > > > > > > I'd like to check it out.
> > > > > >
> > > > > > I'll just do it here. The next paragraph will begin with "From", and
> > > > > > mixmaster will add a ">" to the left of it:
> > > > > >
> > > > > > >From where did it come?
> > > > >
> > > > > From
> > > > > from
> > > > > From.
> > > > > From:
> > > > > From;
> > > > > From-
> > > > > From_
> > > >
> > > > From>
> > > > from>
> > > > from$
> > > > from#
> > > > From}
> > >
> > > enough asshole!
> >
> > >From enough asshole
> > >From enough asshole
> > >From enough asshole
> > >From enough asshole
> > >From enough asshole
> > >From enough asshole
> > >From enough asshole
> > >From enough asshole
> > >From enough asshole
> > >From enough asshole
> > >From enough asshole
> > >From enough asshole
> > >From enough asshole
> > >From enough asshole
> > >From enough asshole
> > >From enough asshole
> > >From enough asshole
> > >From enough asshole
> > >From enough asshole
> > >From enough asshole
>
> >From asshole!
> >From asshole!
> >From asshole!
> >From asshole!
> >From asshole!
> >From asshole!
> >From asshole!
> >From asshole!
> >From asshole!
> >From asshole!
> >From asshole!
> >From asshole!

I'll be damned.

I posted, "From asshole!" on a single line 12 times and it came
through as, ">From asshole!" 12 times.

Message-ID: <***@dizum.com>

>From asshole!

"From asshole!"
Anonymous
2017-07-19 07:25:11 UTC
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In article <***@hoi-polloi.org>
Anonymous <***@hoi-polloi.org> wrote:
>
> In article <***@hoi-polloi.org>
> Anonymous <***@hoi-polloi.org> wrote:
> >
> > In article <***@remailer.org.uk>
> > Nathan Hale <***@remailer.org.uk> wrote:
> > >
> > > In article
> > > <***@msgid.frell.theremailer.net>
> > > Fritz Wuehler <***@spamexpire-
> > > 201707.rodent.frell.theremailer.net> wrote:
> > > >
> > > > > Mixmaster doesn't add or strip anything from the message payload.
> > > >
> > > > As I replied to your msg just now, your sig appeared in the quote. So
> > > > apparently gnus (the emacs-based usenet client) hides it from view,
> > > > which caused me to think it was stripped. Sorry for the mislead.
> > > >
> > > > > > Also, when a message contains a line in the text of the body where the
> > > > > > line begins with the word "From", mixmaster should not be quoting it.
> > > > >
> > > > > Please can you post an example of this behaviour to a test group?
> > > > > I'd like to check it out.
> > > >
> > > > I'll just do it here. The next paragraph will begin with "From", and
> > > > mixmaster will add a ">" to the left of it:
> > > >
> > > > >From where did it come?
> > >
> > > From
> > > from
> > > From.
> > > From:
> > > From;
> > > From-
> > > From_
> >
> > From>
> > from>
> > from$
> > from#
> > From}
>
> enough asshole!

From=
From+
From<
From/
From\
From~
Nomen Nescio
2017-07-16 10:21:57 UTC
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Fritz Wuehler <***@spamexpire-201707.rodent.frell.theremailer.net> wrote:

> Mixmaster threatens that use case. It strips off PGP clear sigs.

It does not. Some older versions might have triggered the binfilter but all
my sigs have gone through.

> WTF? This is an abuse.

You don't know what abuse is.

> Also, when a message contains a line in the text of the body where the
> line begins with the word "From", mixmaster should not be quoting it.

Lines beginning with the word "From" are not compatible with mail
transport.
Anonymous
2017-07-16 17:04:32 UTC
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On Sun, 16 Jul 2017 12:21:57 +0200 (CEST), Nomen Nescio <***@dizum.com> wrote:

>Lines beginning with the word "From" are not compatible with mail
>transport.

Wrong.
Anonymous Remailer (austria)
2017-07-16 19:30:22 UTC
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In article
<***@msgid.frell.theremailer.net>
Fritz Wuehler <***@spamexpire-
201707.rodent.frell.theremailer.net> wrote:
>
> Suppose someone wants to post something anonymously for which they
> need the option to later take credit for the post. The obvious
> approach would be to sign the content with an unidentified key. At
> the authors will, the key could later be made publically known or
> recognized.

---Posted By Sekrit Key To Be Someday Reveeled---

MMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMM
&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&
MMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMM
SSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSS

---End of Sekrit Key To Be Someday Reveeled---

> Mixmaster threatens that use case. It strips off PGP clear sigs.
> WTF? This is an abuse. Senders who clearsign something know what
> they're doing and what they need. They don't need a nanny.

New drugs last night?

> Also, when a message contains a line in the text of the body where the
> line begins with the word "From", mixmaster should not be quoting it.

From
"From"
from
From:

Got a bum template from somewhere?
sn❄❄m
2017-07-17 08:03:17 UTC
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>
>
>In article
><b46e13712f6=?UTF-8?B?4p2E?=64ce6bc8bd27af8=?UTF-8?B?4p2E?=***@msgid.frell.theremailer.net>
>Fritz Wuehler <***@spamexpire-
>2=?UTF-8?B?4p2E?=17=?UTF-8?B?4p2E?=7.r=?UTF-8?B?4p2E?=dent.frell.theremailer.net> wr=?UTF-8?B?4p2E?=te:
>>
>> Supp=?UTF-8?B?4p2E?=se s=?UTF-8?B?4p2E?=me=?UTF-8?B?4p2E?=ne wants t=?UTF-8?B?4p2E?= p=?UTF-8?B?4p2E?=st s=?UTF-8?B?4p2E?=mething an=?UTF-8?B?4p2E?=nym=?UTF-8?B?4p2E?=usly f=?UTF-8?B?4p2E?=r which they
>> need the =?UTF-8?B?4p2E?=pti=?UTF-8?B?4p2E?=n t=?UTF-8?B?4p2E?= later take credit f=?UTF-8?B?4p2E?=r the p=?UTF-8?B?4p2E?=st. The =?UTF-8?B?4p2E?=bvi=?UTF-8?B?4p2E?=us
>> appr=?UTF-8?B?4p2E?=ach w=?UTF-8?B?4p2E?=uld be t=?UTF-8?B?4p2E?= sign the c=?UTF-8?B?4p2E?=ntent with an unidentified key. At
>> the auth=?UTF-8?B?4p2E?=rs will, the key c=?UTF-8?B?4p2E?=uld later be made publically kn=?UTF-8?B?4p2E?=wn =?UTF-8?B?4p2E?=r
>> rec=?UTF-8?B?4p2E?=gnized.
>
>---P=?UTF-8?B?4p2E?=sted By Sekrit Key T=?UTF-8?B?4p2E?= Be S=?UTF-8?B?4p2E?=meday Reveeled---
>
>MMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMM
>&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&
>MMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMM
>SSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSS
>
>---End =?UTF-8?B?4p2E?=f Sekrit Key T=?UTF-8?B?4p2E?= Be S=?UTF-8?B?4p2E?=meday Reveeled---
>
>> Mixmaster threatens that use case. It strips =?UTF-8?B?4p2E?=ff PGP clear sigs.
>> WTF? This is an abuse. Senders wh=?UTF-8?B?4p2E?= clearsign s=?UTF-8?B?4p2E?=mething kn=?UTF-8?B?4p2E?=w what
>> they're d=?UTF-8?B?4p2E?=ing and what they need. They d=?UTF-8?B?4p2E?=n't need a nanny.
>
>New drugs last night?
>
>> Als=?UTF-8?B?4p2E?=, when a message c=?UTF-8?B?4p2E?=ntains a line in the text =?UTF-8?B?4p2E?=f the b=?UTF-8?B?4p2E?=dy where the
>> line begins with the w=?UTF-8?B?4p2E?=rd "Fr=?UTF-8?B?4p2E?=m", mixmaster sh=?UTF-8?B?4p2E?=uld n=?UTF-8?B?4p2E?=t be qu=?UTF-8?B?4p2E?=ting it.
>
>Fr=?UTF-8?B?4p2E?=m
>"Fr=?UTF-8?B?4p2E?=m"
>fr=?UTF-8?B?4p2E?=m
>Fr=?UTF-8?B?4p2E?=m:
>
>G=?UTF-8?B?4p2E?=t a bum template fr=?UTF-8?B?4p2E?=m s=?UTF-8?B?4p2E?=mewhere?

Y=?UTF-8?B?4p2E?=u're even fucking dumber than he is.
Anonymous
2017-07-18 03:39:02 UTC
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In article <okhr04$a31$***@news.mixmin.net>
sn=?UTF-8?B?4p2E?=***@gmail.c=?UTF-8?B?4p2E?=m wrote:
>
> >
> >
> >In article
> ><b46e13712f6=?UTF-8?B?4p2E?=64ce6bc8bd27af8=?UTF-8?B?4p2E?=***@msgid.frell.theremailer.net>
> >Fritz Wuehler <***@spamexpire-
> >2=?UTF-8?B?4p2E?=17=?UTF-8?B?4p2E?=7.r=?UTF-8?B?4p2E?=dent.frell.theremailer.net> wr=?UTF-8?B?4p2E?=te:
> >>
> >> Supp=?UTF-8?B?4p2E?=se s=?UTF-8?B?4p2E?=me=?UTF-8?B?4p2E?=ne wants t=?UTF-8?B?4p2E?= p=?UTF-8?B?4p2E?=st s=?UTF-8?B?4p2E?=mething an=?UTF-8?B?4p2E?=nym=?UTF-8?B?4p2E?=usly f=?UTF-8?B?4p2E?=r which they
> >> need the =?UTF-8?B?4p2E?=pti=?UTF-8?B?4p2E?=n t=?UTF-8?B?4p2E?= later take credit f=?UTF-8?B?4p2E?=r the p=?UTF-8?B?4p2E?=st. The =?UTF-8?B?4p2E?=bvi=?UTF-8?B?4p2E?=us
> >> appr=?UTF-8?B?4p2E?=ach w=?UTF-8?B?4p2E?=uld be t=?UTF-8?B?4p2E?= sign the c=?UTF-8?B?4p2E?=ntent with an unidentified key. At
> >> the auth=?UTF-8?B?4p2E?=rs will, the key c=?UTF-8?B?4p2E?=uld later be made publically kn=?UTF-8?B?4p2E?=wn =?UTF-8?B?4p2E?=r
> >> rec=?UTF-8?B?4p2E?=gnized.
> >
> >---P=?UTF-8?B?4p2E?=sted By Sekrit Key T=?UTF-8?B?4p2E?= Be S=?UTF-8?B?4p2E?=meday Reveeled---
> >
> >MMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMM
> >&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&
> >MMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMM
> >SSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSS
> >
> >---End =?UTF-8?B?4p2E?=f Sekrit Key T=?UTF-8?B?4p2E?= Be S=?UTF-8?B?4p2E?=meday Reveeled---
> >
> >> Mixmaster threatens that use case. It strips =?UTF-8?B?4p2E?=ff PGP clear sigs.
> >> WTF? This is an abuse. Senders wh=?UTF-8?B?4p2E?= clearsign s=?UTF-8?B?4p2E?=mething kn=?UTF-8?B?4p2E?=w what
> >> they're d=?UTF-8?B?4p2E?=ing and what they need. They d=?UTF-8?B?4p2E?=n't need a nanny.
> >
> >New drugs last night?
> >
> >> Als=?UTF-8?B?4p2E?=, when a message c=?UTF-8?B?4p2E?=ntains a line in the text =?UTF-8?B?4p2E?=f the b=?UTF-8?B?4p2E?=dy where the
> >> line begins with the w=?UTF-8?B?4p2E?=rd "Fr=?UTF-8?B?4p2E?=m", mixmaster sh=?UTF-8?B?4p2E?=uld n=?UTF-8?B?4p2E?=t be qu=?UTF-8?B?4p2E?=ting it.
> >
> >Fr=?UTF-8?B?4p2E?=m
> >"Fr=?UTF-8?B?4p2E?=m"
> >fr=?UTF-8?B?4p2E?=m
> >Fr=?UTF-8?B?4p2E?=m:
> >
> >G=?UTF-8?B?4p2E?=t a bum template fr=?UTF-8?B?4p2E?=m s=?UTF-8?B?4p2E?=mewhere?
>
> Y=?UTF-8?B?4p2E?=u're even fucking dumber than he is.

Which still makes the OP an order of magnitude more intelligent
than you.
Nomen Nescio
2017-07-17 19:17:53 UTC
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> I'll just do it here. The next paragraph will begin with "From", and
> mixmaster will add a ">" to the left of it:
>
> >From where did it come?

Since someone else had "From" at the beginning with no problems, the
defect is probably in my scripts (which use formail to construct reply
headers).
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