A little something from 1996
The proposal that any system will be able to keep encrypted
messages off it is false. It is too easy to hide messages in
traffic. Any claim that review by a sysop will even slow it
down is extremely overoptimistic. It is a trivial task to
hide anything in a message. Even if you read every message
in all the echos, you cannot find all the hidden ones.
I guarantee that those that claim to remove encrypted messages
off their message base will be those most likely to have them
posted on their machine unknowingly. How many people can even
try reading all messages on their systems? Not many...
I can reassure you that even those who don't have a life, it
is impossible you can review every permutation of a message.
Having stated that you will review your message base for
all the hidden meanings only makes you more liable for your
Hint: Read the second column vertically for the example the post carries ;)
Note: Easier to read with a monospaced typeface.