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From: Andrew Jenks (ajenksmicrosoft.com)
Date: Wed Jan 17 2001 - 13:58:14 CST
Means you re-make the CD when a new crack comes out :-)
From: Ben Laurie [mailto:benalgroup.co.uk]
Sent: Wednesday, January 17, 2001 8:50 AM
To: Peter Fairbrother
Cc: David Honig; Hayz; coderpunkstoad.com
Subject: Re: Keystroke Sniffer Detection.
Peter Fairbrother wrote:
> on 16/1/01 4:20 pm, David Honig at honigsprynet.com wrote:
> >> This is my question: Does anyone have any ideas on getting another
> >> application to detect keyboard hooks? I think this would be very
> >> to the crypto community. :-)
> > On some OSes you should be able to enumerate these on a running system.
> > Problem is, the tool you use to report them might be compromised, the
> > sniffer could be elsewhere in the OS. But worth trying, especially
> > if you had a copy of the tools the TLAs use.
> > Other approaches include using a trusted PDA + keyboard as input devices
> > and trusting the PC for only transport.
> You could take the m-o-o-t route and put everything on an actively
> CD that boots the machine. Doesn't work for hardware bugs tho'...
"actively verified"? What does that mean?
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