I am currently lulling them into a false sense of security. As soon as they
drop their guard I will get them, no worries..
Its not actually mine - Its either the free german one or one belonging to
freeserve (it seems to vary between computers). I don't think they will let
me fix it, which is probably wise :)
My newserver actually works fine at the moment, although I haven't started
using it yet. As does my imap server, which I have.
> Vg znxrf ab zber frafr jura lbh ebg-13 vg.
My favourite rot13able text:
Aha! Nun or abjurer be nowhere? Bar one: Ova bin rail envy.
Onyx ant balk nag; she sync fur flap. Gel tang irk vex gnat try.
"I'm not sure how useful this is, but it's bloody clever."
- Jonathon Sanderson in uk.comp.sys.mac
Are you posting responses that are easy for others to follow?
> PeterD <pd....@dsl.pipex.invalid> wrote:
>> Vg znxrf ab zber frafr jura lbh ebg-13 vg.
> My favourite rot13able text:
> Aha! Nun or abjurer be nowhere? Bar one: Ova bin rail envy.
> Onyx ant balk nag; she sync fur flap. Gel tang irk vex gnat try.
> Clever, huh?
OK. What is this, please? Can email the dreaded secret if you like...
No secret. ROT13 just means add 13 characters onto the letter to
code/decode it, so A->N, B->O ... Z->M. It's the Usenet equivalent of a
magazine printing the answer to a quiz upside down.
A quirk is that some messages ROT13 onto themselves, or something very
similar, so the ones above are:
Aha! Nun or abjurer be nowhere? -> Nun! Aha be nowhere or abjurer?
Bar one: Ova bin rail envy. -> One bar: Bin ova envy rail.
Onyx ant balk nag -> Balk nag onyx ant
she sync fur flap. -> fur flap she sync.
Gel tang irk vex gnat try. -> Try gnat vex irk tang gel.
<firstname>@<surname>.plus.com -- fix the obvious for email
Guess that makes sense, there being 26 letters in the alphabet.
Thanks for enlightening me. The cabal can run, but it can't hide...