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On 11/09/11 09:46, Eion MacDonald wrote:
You may wish to point out to them that if they do that then they can crack into any SSL session and lift your CC details etc in IE without you being aware of it!On 10/09/2011 16:42, tom wrote:On 10/09/11 11:43, Rob Beard wrote:On 10/09/11 10:08, tom wrote: Other option on Windows is something like Office Live Meeting but it might be more of a hassle to setup if they don't already use it (but if it's in a school and they already have Office 2007/2010 they may already have access to it). RobI shall make a point of not encouraging anything windowsy - I'll see if we can get this running there Thanks for that. Tom te tom te tomOffice Live Meeting has problem that it leaves machines open to remote control. Sometimes without specific authorisation to connection. It is used by a company I work with to allow helpdesk in India take control remotely of any machine world wide. Only if computer fails to boot into Windows does it not get access. Oh, why do I (inadvertently) leave a Linux Live CD in my disc drive!
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