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  pf.os (mod -2/30)
by Anonymous Coward (84.251.129.228) on Fri Jul 17 19:11:04 2009 (GMT)
  Being able to identify and block Windows hosts would increase the ability to block spam. pf.os is a bit out of date and lacks the fingerprints for the latest strains.
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      Re: pf.os (5/27) by Anonymous Coward on Sun Jul 19 03:08:42 2009 (GMT)
        Re: pf.os (-2/24) by Morten Larsen on Sun Jul 19 10:42:30 2009 (GMT)
        Re: pf.os (7/27) by Anonymous Coward on Sun Jul 19 13:25:27 2009 (GMT)

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