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ARCHIVE: Rutgers 'Security List' (incl. misc.security) - Archives (1987)
DOCUMENT: Rutgers 'Security List' for February 1987 (3 messages, 1057 bytes)
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From:      Paul Schauble <Schauble@MIT_MULTICS.ARPA>  3-Feb-1987 02:37:43
To:        Security@rutgers.edu
at least not by the people who broke Videocypher II.  I'll send what
details I have along later.  Basically what was broken was the key
distribution method.  None of the three methods involve breaking DES
itself.

    Paul
    Schauble  at MIT-Multics
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From:      dparker@pnet01.CTS.COM (Dave Parker)  9-Feb-1987 23:31:18
To:        crash!security@rutgers@nosc.mil
Not only are many law enforcement agencies being forced to move to UHF because
of a lack of available frequencies, many are moving to scramblers.  Before too
long, you won't be able to listen in at all....

When this happens, you won't be able to spend a relaxing evening listening to
the world fall apart.  But you can still find out all you want to know about
the crime trends of any area of your city just by contacting the law
enforcement agency and asking them.

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Disclaimers?  We don't need no stinkin' disclaimers!!

UUCP:  {ihnp4,akgua,hplabs!hp-sdd,sdcsvax,nosc}!crash!pnet01!dparker
ARPA:  crash!pnet01!dparker@nosc

                                Dave Parker

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From:      dparker@pnet01.CTS.COM (Dave Parker)  9-Feb-1987 23:57:46
To:        crash!security@rutgers@nosc.mil
Christopher Chung asked if there was any way to protect a hard drive on a
microcomputer from being accessed on a public computer.  There are *many* hard
drive locks in public domain.  I have not tried any of them but the one that
is getting the highest acclaims is PC-LOK11.ARC.  It should be available on
just about any local BBS system.  If you can't find it, send E-Mail.

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Disclaimers?  We don't need no stinkin' disclaimers!!

UUCP:  {ihnp4,akgua,hplabs!hp-sdd,sdcsvax,nosc}!crash!pnet01!dparker
ARPA:  crash!pnet01!dparker@nosc

                                        Dave Parker

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