Re: How to bypass blocked ports

From: Bart Bailey (me2_at_privacy.net)
Date: 01/08/05


Date: Sat, 08 Jan 2005 12:11:29 -0800

In Message-ID:<MPG.1c49a59879e491f6989e2d@news-server.columbus.rr.com>
posted on Sat, 08 Jan 2005 13:05:57 GMT, Leythos wrote: Begin

>In article <WLidnREyzNObFELcRVn-sg@comcast.com>, charlesnewman1
>@comcast.net.spammers.will.be.shot.on.sight says...
>> Just
>> plug your laptop into there and there should be no problems. Cant
>> be detected, cant be monitored, becuase it is not going through
>> either the company network, nor any company hardware. Problem
>> solved.
>
>Except that large LAPTOP device sitting on your desk, or ever so
>discretely tucked into a drawer (right), that you keep using instead of
>your normal keyboard/mouse. LOL!
>
>--

Right, but,
If that company is so mismanaged that someone can be in their cubicle
with a 5.1 surround system playing Halo2, then it's only a matter of
time until the competition solves his tunneling issues, and he gets to
play all day from home.

-- 
Bart