>>>>> "MP" == Matt Perry <email@example.com> writes:
MP> But don't you think that if they know enough majordomo to send commands
MP> such as refuse-all, that it might also stand to reason that they can
MP> configure filters?
Well, they might not have filters. All you have to do is put something
about the possibility of requests being forged and precise instructions and
you have a slim bug nonzero chance that they'll actually read enough of the
message and follow those instructions. Admittedly that's a big if. But it
certainly doesn't require any Majordomo knowledge at all. (Just the ability
to follow instructions, which sometimes I think is just as rare.)
If the code wrote itself then this would be a no-brainer; right now I need
to concentrate on a few other things. This will become much more of a
concern when more sites are using the software.