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Old 18th May 2007, 14:27   #16
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Guys,
We started the thread to know the folks who are in CTS so that we have meets within us and see if we can organise some rides etc. Please dont spam the thread.

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Old 18th May 2007, 14:43   #17
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Ok. So we have about 16 posts till now and no body ever let out their details. Well here is mine....

Name: Ahmed Shamjith R P
Vehicle owned: S10, Santro
COntact number: 9840565670
Location (CHn/Kol/Pun/Bang/Hyd/Mumbai/Coimb/Triv): Chn

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Old 18th May 2007, 14:52   #18
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Guys just a thought ,it would be better if you pm it to madbullram and he can compile and send it to the other cog members ..just a suggestion because this info is visible to everyone on the net ..better to maintain some security ..
Heh heh couldnt help it , am with Fidelity and we are obsessed with privacy and security
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Old 18th May 2007, 15:42   #19
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Sam: Good thought thats teh reason I never asked for official email address or official phon number etc/...just name other personal details thats all.
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Old 18th May 2007, 15:44   #20
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Name: Ramanathan Srinivasan
Vehicle owned: Bullet Machismo 350, Rajdoot Yamaha LT, Jawa, Mahindra Jeep 1969, Hyundai Santro XP
COntact number: 9841376340
Location (CHn/Kol/Pun/Bang/Hyd/Mumbai/Coimb/Triv): Chn

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Ok.Sharing is beneficial, but I must warn against possible ID theft.
More info here: About Identity Theft - Deter. Detect. Defend. Avoid ID Theft
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Ok.Sharing is beneficial, but I must warn against possible ID theft.
More info here: About Identity Theft - Deter. Detect. Defend. Avoid ID Theft
What kind of ID theft is possible with Employee ids?
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emp ids are all that are required for id theft and any sort of attack. Stupid Microsoft is very predictable!
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This thread is going to serve another purpose : When your IT Admin finds this thread, he will add Team-BHP to the banned list on your office firewall.
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This thread is going to serve another purpose : When your IT Admin finds this thread, he will add Team-BHP to the banned list on your office firewall.
If that happens, I cannot join CTS in future...pls be careful...
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I am not sure whether CTS is BS7799 or ISO27001 certified or not, but I am sure while in the next IS(information Security) Audit, they are definitely going to check the websence or Internet firewall logs and may take some serious action against the employees. Relax Guys I don't want to scare any one here, but this is the fact. I am in the ISO(Info sec officer) for my company and we do check each and every log. We have taken action against some associates, who had violated the IS rule. Just sharing the Employee ID in a public Forum is a Security Violation.

So request you all Guys, pls do PM to the concerned, to make a database. By the way sharing the cell phone number(whether personal or official) in public forum is a security threat too.
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This thread is going to serve another purpose : When your IT Admin finds this thread, he will add Team-BHP to the banned list on your office firewall.
Can the IT-admin come to know of the sites visited by each employee?

AFAIK in my company this is not possible. The firewall blocks access to sensitive sites which sometimes are real silly.
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If that happens, I cannot join CTS in future...pls be careful...
Not only CTS, this can happen with any organization. Not sure about the organizations, who dont care about their Info Sec policy.
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Can the IT-admin come to know of the sites visited by each employee?

AFAIK in my company this is not possible. The firewall blocks access to sensitive sites which sometimes are real silly.
This is very much possible and just matter of 2 minutes job for any IT Admin.
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Can the IT-admin come to know of the sites visited by each employee?

AFAIK in my company this is not possible. The firewall blocks access to sensitive sites which sometimes are real silly.
Yes Vid its possible. When I was handling systems and network in my company I used to analyse network load using Ntop -- Welcome to ntop.org and then block sites that are frequently visited or carry lot of bandwidth on the firewall itself. An IT admin can track anything and everything he wants to in his domain and access levels.
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