My old S.P.U.T.U.M / Cabal Network Security business cards
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Those of you who were active in the anti-spam community in the late 90s/early 2000s might remember this group. Their websites were at www.sputum.com and www.cabal.net and can be pulled up through The Wayback Machine.
Also, SPUTUM == Subgenius Police, Usenet Tactical Unit, Mobile
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