Re: Obama / McCain both hire incompetent IT staff, computers hacked





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"Leythos" <spam999free@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
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In article <gfgkkh$o26$1@xxxxxxxx>, chilly8@xxxxxxxxxxx says...
And someone on youjr
network right now could be using an insecure machine on
that network, and you would never know what they are
up to.


Again, yes, there are improperly configured networks, there are
companies that don't care, there are demons in movies too.

On a properly secured network your crap can't be reached.

Well, here is a quote about VPNs from on public VPN site

"VPN traffic itself is masked, it looks like a regular Internet traffic
and no unnecessary attention is attracted"

That is right off one Alive Proxy's pages.




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