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haquers & packet sniffingcyrus lesser (cyrussiabod.ozonline.com.au)
Thu, 4 May 1995 00:16:39 +1000
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> On Sun, 30 Apr 1995, Asriel DeCatte wrote: > sniffer logs files cna grow very quickly, watch you disk usage. > but you just about cant find a sniffer on your net. a laptop > makes a great sniffer. ethernet in the ceiling? good. laptop goes in > the ceiling space above the tiles and is retrieved a few days later. the > men's/women's room ceilings might be particulary good places. you can > often get a couple minutes of privacy there. aint no one going to yell > if you leave a facility without a computer ;) or if your ev1l haquer is slightly less enthused, he may merely forward the output from the sniffer to a point elsewhere on the net, preferably a fair way away from the target system, and then he could intercept the sniffer logs at any point he had access to along the path the data took to get to it's destination. cyrusozonline.com.au