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I keep my system codes on a computer that is not hooked up to the internet
in any way. Brokers who shadow their best clients' trades is enough to
I may be paranoid but human nature never changes. As more and more
computers are hooked up to high speed lines, more sophisticated
"spy-viruses" will find their way onto people's computers. At the very
least, you should have a firewall. But I don't know enough about this to
ever be complacent about it. It's just good policy to have your sensitive
computers physically separated (rather than software-separated) from clever
Well, that rules out TS6 altogether, doesn't it?
At 08:33 AM 1/25/2002 -0800, Robert Pisani wrote:
>At 08:29 PM 1/24/2002 -0800, you wrote:
>>Are you aware of anyone that has successfully hacked into the code
>>protection of TS6? I am also concerned about this.
>Yes. It is not difficult to do. There was a fellow in Canada who was
>selling software that would determine the password of any TS4-protected
>routine. I haven't seen any posting from him recently, but this sort of
>thing is really trivial, as the password must be contained either in the
>file itself or in a file to which it is linked. I can't imagine that the
>TS6 protection is much more invulnerable than the TS4 protection.