More on spamming..
Miroslaw Jaworski mjaw at ikp.ikp.pl
Sat Oct 4 06:09:56 CEST 1997
On Wed, 1 Oct 1997, Alex Bligh wrote: > If you keep all your servers time sync'd and keep full Radius > accounting records, yes, you can translate an (IP address, time) > pair into a username. Some ISPs can do this reliably. Many don't. it's so easy. for dialup : I've got an authentication tool. Have You ever heard about Tacacs+ ? all informations are clear : when, which ip (which port on which router), username, result of authentication for leased : SYSLOG contains entries for sendmail. > Seconds may well matter. The next problem is to associate that > user name with a person. Dead easy you may think. But the > user may claim that someone else has been using their account. most often company has one account and a few people had passwd to it. So... I can tell when it was. Then they should search inside their company. > Thus you also need to log CLI (calling number identity), > which in turn means your telecom provider has to present it. :( its impossible here. TPSA (telecommunication company ) is monopolist so they most often don't want to cooperate with people. even if u have an information which number was the source it's not everything. As i said - many companies use one PC to e-mail. When someone wants to check his mailbox simply call ( source phone is always the same ) and check it. MJ ___________________________________________________________________________ Miroslaw.Jaworski at ikp.com.pl (Psyborg) MJ102-RIPE ATM S.A. - IKP division WAN/UNIX adm
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