non-exportable _URL_ (was Re: Developments in the _Junger_ suit)

Adam Back aba at
Sun Aug 31 06:26:52 PDT 1997

Antonomasia <ant at> writes:
> Adam Back <aba at> writes:
> >Is this an export?
> >
> >	RSA .sig
> >
> I think a mere pointer is not an export, no matter what it points to,
> but a link with prohibited smuggled _content_ might be:
> <A HREF=""C*",split/\D+/,`echo.....
> although the quoting would probably take a lot of thought.

Challenge taken.  Here's a non-exportable URL:*%22,split/%5cD+/,%60echo%20%2216iII*o%5cU@%7b$/=$z%3b%5b(pop,pop,unpack%22H*%22,%3c%3e)%5d%7d%5cEsMsKsN0%5blN*1lK%5bd2%25Sa2/d0%3cX+d*lMLa%5e*lN%250%5ddsXx++lMlN/dsM0%3cJ%5ddsJxp%22%7cdc%60

(ie the URL _contains_ the .sig as you suggest).

The page you get when you follow it is a write up of how I did it.

This is the same page, with a simpler URL:

> Perhaps that's the kind of thing they mean ?

But I wouldn't have thought so?

Have *you* exported RSA today? -->

print pack"C*",split/\D+/,`echo "16iII*o\U@{$/=$z;[(pop,pop,unpack"H*",<>

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