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Posted 22 September 2005 - 09:05 PM
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Posted 09 August 2005 - 12:09 PM
here is the link, try it out http://borgchat.softnews.ro
Posted 27 January 2005 - 08:43 PM
net send (user/computer/ect) (my message)
the bad thing about it is it can be used to send messages to people who don't want to be bothered, otherr ones like the one built into windows you both have to have the program up and they have to "pck-up" and accept the chat session with you so it depends on what you want to do, but I ffind net send quick and easy, at least for short quick message to someone.
Posted 07 January 2005 - 12:48 PM
Posted 07 January 2005 - 11:55 AM
Yes HTTPS and SSL encrypt the data before they are send. What the sniffers can see is you sending encrypted packets. Which of course could be banned too...
Posted 05 January 2005 - 04:53 PM
Anyways, don't packetsniffers need huge amount of HD? and POP3 mail accounts passwords are sent unencrypted .
Still https and ssl do encrypt their data before sending didn't they ?
Posted 05 January 2005 - 03:45 PM
17, what are you doing playing on the computer... you should be out enjoying yourself... (just kidding).
As for the unfair statement, yes it is unfair I'm not denying that. This is also due to the hours I spend here. I may be at work from 6AM to midnight so my free time during the day I can catch up on what I like - and my house is hard wired to this network so in a way I'm on call 24/7.
It's not vnc and it's not something on your computer. eSniff tracks all trafick on the network and any trafick across the network are going to the eSniff box in paralell . It captures websites and IM messages that are accessed. So there is nothing you can disable on your computer to avoid it. (it's the same technology that fbi and nsa use to track internet trafick/users)
We had an open policy when it came to email and IM but when it took over the network it was shut down. I guess anything is good in moderation.
Posted 05 January 2005 - 03:15 PM
Anyways, i don't work yet (i'm 17), I think it's unfair if you don't let anyone go on IM and then as admin do everything you want. That's what's going on at my school, the admins are downloading stuff as if their lives depended on it. And the users of the computers at the library are having shitty slow internet access and having all kinds of limitations on their pc's. They also use some kind of VNC-**** to monitor everything you do. Of course, IM'ing and gaming is not supposed to be done there, but then the admins shouldn't do that too. In reaction to that i wrote a lil program that disabled all the spy stuff on the pc's (A) )
If i were i boss i don't think i would mind if employees read and write some personal email or IM'ing. IF the work isn't suffering from it.