Go inside Echobit.
I spent some time last night catching up on the new season of 24. The first three episodes have a large emphasis on security and hacking of secure networks. In one of the episodes, the network administrator is tasked with restricting access to certain information because there’s a leak inside the FBI. That same network administrator is also responsible for tracking down that same leak, and at one point she goes down to the mainframe to confirm the user name of the person. Before logging in on the mainframe, she cautiously looks over her shoulder to make sure nobody is around to see her type the password.
What cracks me up about this is that when she gets back to her own workstation, it’s not even locked! If you’re worried that people might be snooping around and you know for a fact that your account has unrestricted network access, why the hell do you leave your computer unlocked when you go somewhere.
Just a random note