Security musings (reflectorium)
Security musings (reflectorium)
Saturday, September 18, 2004
  M$ Windows XP Professional Bugging Device?
Cccure has a list of 47 spots in Microsoft XP Professional that the anonymous author of that document thinks are cases of possible concern. (PARANOIA! on/off) - or maybe I'd say are "paranoia entry points"?
http://www.cccure.org/modules.php?name=News&file=article&sid=591
- While I think that most of them are quite irrelevant, it's probably not bad to adjust/verify personal paranoia levels on a Sunday morning..
 
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The internet is becoming a highly insecure place every passing day. Spammers have also started copying the misspellings of popular websites. So in case you type a spelling wrong you are in serious trouble. I type 'w3cshools.com' instead of 'w3cschools.com' and was taken aback when a site promoting having spy ware popped up.

I am really happy though that microsoft has finally come up with a stable solution for this, available for free download on their website.
 
Hi, what a great page! Really enjoyed it, keep up the great work!
cia spy gadget
 
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