[Dailydave] Tool of the day!
dave at immunityinc.com
Mon May 21 15:13:02 EDT 2012
So every sub-genre of hacker has their own set of specialized knowledge.
And in the sub-genre that "sees a lot of mailspools" (which you could
label "Unix Hackers") you often have this problem where you have a lot
of email, and you want to quickly distill it down to "files that are
interesting". Of course, emails come in all shapes and sizes and are all
decoded differently and it's a bit annoying to figure out how to decode
The best tool in my experience for this is Frank Pilhofer's UUDeview
(http://www.fpx.de/fp/Software/UUDeview/) . You just point it at a
directory of mail, and "it does the right thing", offering prompts up
when it needs to. Simple, easy, and effective.
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