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From: gaubrig at (Gaurang Pandya)
Subject: Re: ws_ftp.log


I apologize for not doing my home work properly before
actually mailing the list. I assure that from next
time I will do even better research on the issue
before posting it to such lists. 

But as most of you said that this issue is very old,
probably that is the reason why I was not able to get
any info. about it with few google searches, and
probably I was in either school/college when it
actually got posted. Yes, I am a newbie (goes without
saying) and trying to slowly step into this wonderful
world of Information Security.

Thanks to one and all who took their time to read the
mail and letting me know this fact by replying to mail
instead of just ignoring it.

Thanks again.

--- ChrisR- <> wrote:

> Hello,
> This is not really anything new, try googling for
> someones IP address, there is a lot of sensitive
> information to be found. 
> Even better search for a public anonymous proxy IP,
> some proxy servers keep a public log of who has used
> them and what sites
> they were used to visit. Not so anonymous anymore
> are they. Google has always been a powerful tool for
> information gathering
> in a variety of creative ways.
> ChrisR-

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