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On Sunday, March 10 2002 12:22 pm, ME wrote:
> On Sun, 10 Mar 2002, Stephen M. Helms wrote:
> > Erik Mullinix wrote:
> > >Please remember that No octet can go above 255 or it will become non
> > >routable and may  not update in any local ARP's
> > >
> > >Hesp
> >
> > What it worked for Sandra Bullock's character in the movie "The Net"!  ;)
>
> Perhaps an 8-bit operation led to an ignored carry-flag being set, and a
> wrap-around occured?

I always thought that was just done to prevent the movie form spawning a 
DDoS......

I suspect it's like that 555 stuff they always do....

> Or, if the higher valued number could be considered a value in octal,
> perhaps, we can find the "real IP address" she was trying to connnect up
> to use and then break this government conspiarcy?
>
> OTOH, it seems it was about "pi" which seems to be referenced in "Revenge
> of the Nerds", the movie "pi" and some old woman who is actually a cooking
> spy with the codename name "Mrs. Smith" and her "supposed" after dinner
> dessert. After we convert the octal valued octets into decimal, and
> perform reverse DNS and find that IP address actually pointing to any of
> the above three web sites, we will REALLY KNOW THE TRUTH!
>
> Oh, but I work for the gov. Ooops.
>
> *Ahem* Gee. Nevermind. Nothing to see here. Move along.
>
> -ME
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