[RC5] Hiding the NT service client

lunaslide lunaslyd at pacbell.net
Tue May 5 19:50:59 EDT 1998


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At 06:39 AM 5/5/98 -0400, you wrote:
>I have the opportunity to clandestinely install the NT service client on
>several machines that are not actively administered.  Using one of my
>e-mail aliases, I can sufficiently conceal my identity (however a
>determined person could find my personal proxy).

<snip>

>any suggestions?

Yeah...don't do it.  If they're not available to you for this use, don't
use them.  Get permission first.  At least one person in this effort has
actually lost his job over this issue.


                                                                  
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