Re: Sysop hacking

From: Gordon Worley (
Date: Wed Feb 06 2002 - 00:28:32 MST

On Wednesday, February 6, 2002, at 02:09 AM, Gordon Worley wrote:

> On Wednesday, February 6, 2002, at 01:43 AM, Mitch Howe wrote:
>> What I'm wondering is if anyone has any ideas about how a Sysop might
>> be supremely well protected from hacking.  My background isn't
>> technical enough to give any real-life examples besides "physical
>> separation"  Could something as upiquitous as a Sysop realistically do
>> this?
> First off, it would be a major violation of volition to hack the
> Sysop. The Sysop will most likely not want to be hacked, therefore ve
> cannot be hacked. But, that doesn't mean an attack couldn't still be
> tried.

Oops, I wrote more about attacks. Oh well, that's the parent class of a

Gordon Worley                     `When I use a word,' Humpty Dumpty            said, `it means just what I choose                it to mean--neither more nor less.'
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