On Mon, 23 Sep 1996, Nick Keenan wrote:
> I'm surprised that nobody has mentioned yet that it is EXTREMELY illegal for
> the CIA to be conducting operations inside the US, and that for any law
> enforcement agency to try to enter someone else's computer system without a
> warrant is a serious constitutional violation.
> This attempted intrusion should be reported to the FBI immediately.
What if it was a KGB mole inside the CIA who was probing the Australian
site? Would it still be a constitutional violation?
What if it was a Swedish hacker using a CIA machine as a staging point for
some attacks. Would it still be a constitutional violation?
What if the probe was done with a spoofed source address and source routes
by a hacker at some German university? Would it still be a constitutional
Just how much can you really learn from a single WWW log entry anyway?
Michael Dillon - ISP & Internet Consulting
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