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On Friday, March 01 2002 08:55 pm, Matthew Johnson wrote:
> Well if you're using Windows how can you be truly sure that your
> trackable pieces have been really removed? 

You can use a whiping program that overwrites each sector a few dozen times, 
of course, that assumes your stuff hasen't been uploaded to MSFT, but it'd be 
an very hard for them to cover that up, or suff it back in the bag once it 
gets out...

> Its a shame that sharks like this lurk on the 'net. They are hosted on
> Pipex, please hope that they spam me, I really hope so indeed, then I'd
> have them...Hopefully.

> Another thing I don't trust; Most firewalls on MSFT Windows, can you
> really trust *all* ports have been closed? Just a thought. Sure you can
> nmap the host etc...Would that prove anything?
>
> Matt
>
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