[unisog] FWD: [CIO] Secret Service probe of computers [ keystroke loggers installed on PCs in public areas at US Universities ]

Anderson Johnston andy at umbc.edu
Thu Jun 20 14:31:42 GMT 2002


Here's one from the Arizona Republic:

http://www.arizonarepublic.com/news/articles/0618russian18.html

On Wed, 19 Jun 2002, Tom Perrine wrote:

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> I can confirm that at least one of the Universities that I am
> affiliated with (you guess which one) has been contacted by the Secret
> Service (identity confirmed via the usual methods) about this kind of
> incident.  They asked *us* not to talk about it.  Hmmphh.
>
> Check CNN.com for more details, I don't have an URL handy, but I saw a
> story there this morning...
>
> - --
> Tom E. Perrine <tep at SDSC.EDU> | San Diego Supercomputer Center
> http://www.sdsc.edu/~tep/     |
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