Read it in Usenet (alt.computer.security, thread 'I have a company demanding that we remove an archived bugtraq post', dated February 2). Censorship in it's dumbest form.
Usenet post: The company is NetcPlus Internet Solutions, Inc. This is part of the response they sent me:
"Just remove it !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! It is a) well too old, and b) WRONG !!!!!!!!!! Also, we take a pretty dim view of your actually publishing the code needed to break all this software. You are just saving the hackers of the world the time to work it out themselves. Why on earth would anyone do that, unless of course they support OTHER hackers."
The archived bugtraq post he is referring to is: http://packetderm.cotse.com/mailing-lists/bugtraq/ 1999/1450.html
The same archive also exists here: http://security-archive.merton.ox.ac.uk/bugtraq-19 9909/0247.html
So, should I let this one run to court? Or should I just remove the
/steve -- Stephen K. Gielda http://www.cotse.com The Church of the Swimming Elephant Have you gone to church today? end of usenet post"