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Re: OT: unathorized network user.



     Not to mention the fact that I had Ethernet cable installed, and so
now I don't need the wireless feature here at my apartment. I had posted
that on the list thinking it would end there. Don't get me wrong, I
appreciate all the advice, but it's all kind of mute now. I will ad that
when I had the wireless feature enable, and had the encryption turned
off( I didn't leave it off all the time), it was nice of that other
individual to make their machine available as a free backup service.

Jim
 
On Thu, 2008-01-24 at 23:17 +0800, Ed Greshko wrote:
> John Summerfield wrote:
> > Jacques B. wrote:
> > 
> > Jacques
> > Don't be so touchy. Surely, if someone gave you bad advice you'd want to 
> > hear that is is bad. None of us is perfect.
> 
> What I find quite "interesting" was that this thread started out by the OP 
> in an apartment complex wanting to keep one person off his network.  I kind 
> of doubt that he has military secrets or corporate information on his system 
> such that anyone would make elaborate attempts to access his network.
> 
> He has got one person that seems rather clueless since he leaves his system 
> wide open to be trashed...so he isn't a rocket scientist.
> 
> And everyone is running around spending hours and hours to educate the OP on 
> how to build their version of a maximum security prison when all he needs is 
> a simple pad lock on his door.
> 
> I've seen enough paranoia here to last a life time.
> 


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