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Re: [Full-disclosure] Shell accounts
From: poo (skodlivgmail.com)
Date: Wed Apr 12 2006 - 09:18:43 CDT
use an unencrypted wireless network or crack one with wep using the auditor
and laugh all the way to the bank
On 4/12/06, Joachim Schipper <j.schippermath.uu.nl> wrote:
> On Tue, Apr 11, 2006 at 11:48:41PM +0100, Ian stuart Turnbull wrote:
> > Ha Ha. Yes, not a proper fiend hey. But I take it that I would be
> > technically.
> > If I were to do it for real I'd probably set up an internet connection
> > an assumed name complete with a fake bank account so there'd be no one
> > the cops to berate, just the computer [with no logs] to kick.
> Not leaving log files is not that easy. And it becomes harder when
> someone can get physical access to install all sorts of nifty add-ons.
> Also, note that log files are only useful if the police arrive with a
> search warrant or something along those lines - the ISP will just
> terminate the account, keep the money, and tell your friend to f**k off.
> It would be difficult to do something about this, especially since the
> ISP is likely able to wave around some logs of their own.
> Come to think of it, that's one more log file that will be difficult to
> clear. Whether or not it is made at all depends on the ISP, and mostly
> on the domestic laws whereever you live.
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smile tomorrow will be worse
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