[Dshield] real sure about it
neilr at ieee.org
Mon Mar 18 19:03:59 GMT 2002
At 10:33 AM 3/18/2002, you wrote:
>Yes you can have damaged boot records and not even know it.
True, but if you run scandisk you'll discover it.
> They can boot you into a subsystem type area that runs as normal as your
> normal win setup.
If the boot record is damaged, how can it be counted on to do anything?
> But copies everything to another partition with .* files you cannot see
> on windows.
I don't understand this sentence at all:
1) Windows, by default, only creates one partition on the local drive.
2) What are ".* files you cannot see on windows"?
>If I didn't build websites myself and have a bit of experience prior I
>would have never noticed the teeny 1 pix windows opening up that were
>shipping our mail around the world.
1) I don't recall hearing about this bug: a 1 pixel window that
forwards mail? What operating system and e-mail client were in use?
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