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    A white hat hacker wont only portscan (to see...

    A white hat hacker wont only portscan (to see where the doors are) but he also opens them!

    Like the police they will feel if the door is open, if it is they drop a note on the doormat and then...
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    He MR Devils Advocate... this is what the cops in...

    He MR Devils Advocate... this is what the cops in holland do sometimes... look around the house for weak spots and leave a note ....

    they won't look in Drawers en for a safe but they do check the...
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    People that own a pc which is on the route...

    People that own a pc which is on the route between you and the recieving AOL mailserver can read your plaintext mail.

    i think the biggest danger is the LAN you are in. If this lan consists out of...
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    Sue'ing Microsoft won't help you. just register a...

    Sue'ing Microsoft won't help you. just register a domain name and post you information there. (or here on AO)


    For Sue'ing Microsoft you need atleast:
    - A good claim (i'm sure it's in microsofts...
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    I don't agree, it doesn't work on well trained...

    I don't agree, it doesn't work on well trained call-center employee's but the administrative layer under these call-center employees do the real work and didn't have lot's/any training about this. So...
  6. Thread: *=* HaCkInG *=*

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    Well as said above, start reading. This was...

    Well as said above, start reading.

    This was the same i had to hear when i asked the same question once. And it's true ! it works. READ!

    But, it would be wise to put up a linux/unix box (at home...
  7. XychiX, new member. keywords: BSD, networking, C, C++

    I'm a developer in various languages. Cobol85 C C++ Java(just a little)
    and in my spare time i'm working a lot with linux and BSD. I administer some Co-located servers (FreeBSD) and i'm quite...
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