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Date: Wed Apr 12 00:30:28 2006
From: ian.t7 at (Ian stuart Turnbull)
Subject: Shell accounts

And I thought I could do it all Telepathically!!

>To: Ian stuart Turnbull <>
>Subject: Re: [Full-disclosure] Shell accounts Date: Tue, 11 Apr 2006 
>19:24:48 -0400
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>On Tue, 11 Apr 2006 23:48:41 BST, Ian stuart Turnbull said:
> > Ha Ha. Yes, not a proper fiend hey. But I take it that I would be 
> > technically.
>Hint - if you send a packet *out* from the shell account, it's probably as 
>result of another packet going *in* to the shell account.
>Even the stupidest of cops can figure out that "wow - every time a packet
>heads out from here to the Pentagon, a split second before, a similar 
>came in from some bozo on a cablemodem in Idaho.  Maybe the Idaho guys need
>to pay this guy a visit"....
>Yes, you can obfuscate it with setting cron jobs and tunnelling data via 
>channels and other neat tricks, but the basic point remains - if you 
>*to* the shell, you're no longer anonymous, and if you don't connect to the
>shell, you can't use the shell....

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