[E3-hacking] Making life easy for you

Cliff Lawson clawson at amstrad.com
Fri Jun 17 10:42:28 BST 2005

> -----Original Message-----
> From: paul at e3.sbrk.co.uk [mailto:paul at e3.sbrk.co.uk]
> I'm surprised you didn't do it to start with. At the moment anyone can
> use your freephone numbers to send SMSs, download games, check mail,
> etc. Seems like you haven't done much on the security front yet.
> What are you going to do with your legacy E2 and E3s though?

I think you'll find that if you dialup on that freephone number the Thus
firewalls keep you constrained within their building - sure you can access
your Thus based POP3 mailbox or send to their SMTP and do HTTP to the
internal servers but you can't get out to the outside world on port 80 for
example so the "fun" of getting free access diminishes fairly rapidly.


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