Re: WAYS TO DISGUISE SOME OF YOUR ACTIVITIES FROM HACKERS

From: Frode (news_at_mascot.REMOVETOREPLY.dyndns.org)
Date: 08/13/03


Date: Wed, 13 Aug 2003 08:38:20 +0200


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Tracker" <"snailmail(remove)222000 wrote:
> A.
> B.
> C.
> D.

So in essence you suggest people take the time to perform totally pointless
tasks that have no deterrent effect on crackers whatsoever. I suggest you
spend a lot more time following your advice. Maybe it'll cut down on the
idiocy you post around here.

> E. When my computer system was found to be compromised and I realized
> the hackers could bring down my system at any time, I was inspired to do
> the following: I opened up notepad on my desktop and typed; "hacker
> activity is being tracked by the FBI", and left this window open on my
> desktop.

Yeah that's believable. When's the last time you heard of the FBI
monitoring a private citizen's computer to catch a script kiddie? Never?
Thought so.

> F. Join a few List Servers and Mailing Lists to divert attention so
> that the hackers don't know your real intentions on the Internet.

Newsflash. They don't need to know what your "intentions on the internet"
are. Nor could they care less.

> Some
> people might object to this method because this will add unwelcome
> e-mails in your in basket.

No, people object because it's utter BS dreamed up by a known mental case
calling herself Tracker.

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Frode

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