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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • ...when I would have disagreed with you :). Spending the last few years as a syadmin have opened my eyes, however. If I ran an ISP that provided webspace of any kind, I'd have a code review team that would have to approve the code before the users can upload something potentially dangerous. Sounds kinda harsh and big brother like, but I see it as protecting my other users, and my investment in bandwidth & hardware. If you want to throw up your own code and don't care about what happens, get your own box on a cable line, or go to another ISP that doesn't care.

    Then again, I would probably never get any customers :(

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