John A. Quayle blueoval at SGI.NET
Fri Jul 23 12:58:56 MDT 1999

At 02:32 PM 7/23/99 -0400, Jose Rojas wrote:

>Q: Why do you want to do this?
>A: Everytime you log onto the internet you are assigned an IP address
>different everytime you log on)
>If I were to find your IP address, I would then have a direct connection into
>your computer (while you're connected to the Net) and if I wanted to, I could
>cause ALLOT of damage, ain't that right John?

        No two ways about it, buddy!

>Back Orifice 2000 is a program with which I can control another person's
>computer from across the country, its very powerful, I hear from friends. I'm
>not sure whether you can detect it on your computer but I'm sure the major
>anti-virus programs can detect it- just update your virus libraries and run.
>Back Orifice IS NOT a virus and can be used legitimately.

        To be short, no you cannot detect it.........but what I'd like to know is
*HOW* someone gets it into your machine?

>For more info: http://www.bo2k.com/indexnews.html

        Or go <http://www.cultofdeadcow.com>

John Q.
(feeling might gosh-darned stupid!)

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