posted on Dec, 12 2003 @ 06:23 PM
Not so long ago, Carnivore only monitored e-mails. Seeing the link posted by IMMORTAL, I see they been developping more "modules" for Carnivore, to
grab even more information. Kinda scary, I must admit.
It's no joke people, online privacy is at risk today. I can't believe some people would still look at us like we're parano saying such stuff. It's
not just in movie anymore. And as smirkley said, the "cookie" industry is getting more and more invading.
Wanna hear something else,IMO, even scarier? I works with computers all day long, I can honestly say I'm more than just "knowledge-able" in that
field (over 5 years of experience - professional and personnal). It may not be that much, but consider that they're really MY thing. I know how to
prevent most common hacking methods, I may not know the inner-working of all virus and trojans, but I know how to deal with say...probably 99% of
them. I'm not a linux guru yet, but I know how all versions of windows works, and deep under the hood that is. As some of you already know, I'm a
bit "parano", especialy when it comes to computer stuff. I monitor EVERYTHING that get installed on my pc. Yet...lately...I found a #ing key-logger
on my system.
Now how scary is that? Now are you sure that every key strokes you make is not monitored and sent somewhere over the internet? Do ya feel safe,now,