__/ [plato] on Sunday 11 September 2005 22:43 \__
> How can I stop the processes on my computer being monitored?
> I play scrabble with http:/www.isc.ro and when i examine games the pros
> play and use an anagrammer to check words and hooks etc., the server
> detects I have used an annagrammer and I get penalised.
> Is there any way I can prevent what processes I have running being seen by
The headers indicate that you are using Outlook Express, which is
Windows-only. Would you consider using an operating system that exposes you
less? I personally expose the processes that I run intentionally, e.g.
http://BLOCKbaine.smb.man.ac.uk:8001/caption.txt (remove BLOCK, refreshed
every 10 minutes), but no process from outside should have access to such
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