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From: "Kim Guldberg" <kim () bufferzone dk>
Date: Tue, 16 Dec 2003 23:25:23 +0100

As I understand it, this can't be done legally. Often the IP address is
dynamically assigned, and only the ISP knows who is behind the IP
address at any given time. You can be sure that the ISP will only
disclose the name on a court order  
 
is there any paper / site on hiding traces of an
attack. How to discover a real source of an attacker ?

TIA

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