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Re: Anonymous Blogging

Just an aside, in the UK, if an agency covertly installs a keylogger on your computer do you, legally at least because I'm going to do it anyway, have the right to remove it?

----- Original Message ----- From: "Total Privacy" <nosnoops@xxxxxxxxxxx>
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Sent: Tuesday, November 14, 2006 9:33 PM
Subject: Re: Anonymous Blogging

- getting a legal warrant to install a keylogger on your computer; - installing a keylogger on your computer illegally.

Your security should be an overall matter, where Tor is only for your internet security. The approach for safing the computer place differ according to the environment (that you shouldn´t reveal here). Several floor above ground in a concrete building, or a wooden house at the contryside, lonesome or full packed with people around. However, a simple solution to know if someone whitout traces (or even after a regular break in) had tampered with your computer, is to mount a hidden surveillance camera exactly up behind a corner of the room (a lined pinhole type, not a cordless broadcasting one). If it´s your own house of wood, it can be done from above the inner roof. You then somewhere have a surveillance recorder that start with moving at the time you aren´t there. The recorder could be between inner and upper roof, or below the floor in another room. Be sure no visible parts is around and not accessible without open some small screws to reach it (if under the floor, you may place a table or a piano above). Of course it´s not good enough with a webcam by the computer, recording into the computer.

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