VI/VIM Anonymize email address in log file

%s/.\{5\}@.\{5\}/XXXXX@XXXXXX/g
The number 5 means to replace the leading and trailing 5 characters of an "@" in a log file with XXXX@XXXXX.

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By: dasmna
2019-12-12 15:37:17

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What do you think?

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