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From: jeremiah at nur.net (Jeremiah Cornelius)
Subject: Windows covert channel

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On Sunday 19 October 2003 16:48, 8tImER wrote:
> Hello James,
>
> my guess is you are talking about 'streams' in NTFS.
> Example:
> Create a text file, save it.
> Then use 'echo "hidden text" >> file.txt:1' to add the hidden stuff.
> I don't remember how to read that stuff out afterwards though.

Interesting point for clarification...

How does ADS in NTFS differ from arbitrary metadata types added to Reiserfs - 
for instance?

It would be interesting to see if this is subject to a similar potential for 
abuse.  I admit that I am only passingly familiar with the topic - but I have 
never seen this discussed before either.

Is anybody cluefull _and_ objective about this?
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