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Re: Fwd: back orifice

NardaA@aol.com wrote:

>  http://alltheweb.com/cgi-
>  bin/search?type=all&query=back+orifice&exec=FAST+Search
Good morning
	I was just trying to send some links through about Back Orifice.  Here
is some text from one site.

"Back Orifice" is a hacker's dream, and a Netizen's nightmare. 

 Back Orifice is not a virus. It is in essence a remote
 administration tool.

 It gives "system admin" type privileges to a remote user by way of
 the computer's Internet link.

 What does this mean? It means that if Back Orifice is running in
 your computer, a remote operator anywhere on the global Internet
 can gain access and do almost anything you can do on your
 computer -- and some things you can't do -- all without any
 outward indication of his presence.
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