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Old October 25th 06, 08:44 PM posted to demon.local,demon.tech.pc,demon.service,uk.comp.home-networking,uk.comp.homebuilt
Phil Kyle
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Default network security

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In message , Jon Barker
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Yes, but the fact he/she is using your network without your consent
means the law is still on your side, best keep those network logs
somewhere safe for the future.


Keeping network logs is only useful if the relevant authorities can be
persuaded to agree with you that the contents of those logs don't
incriminate you.

You may find this hard to achieve.

Finding one in 'authority' who can actually comprehend the network logs
will be your first challenge. Do not assume the authorities will find
someone to make your life more reasonable.

Ensuring it doesn't happen in the first place seems sensible to me...


Yup.

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