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Re: Boilerplate Contracts
From: "cta () hcsin net" <cta () hcsin net>
Date: Wed, 29 Dec 2004 10:55:29 -0500

On 28 Dec 2004 at 14:45, Matt Stern wrote:

Hello all:

I need to put together an "authorization form" for clients, to allow us to
do things like port scans, penetration testing, etc.

   1. Is there a boilerplate contract out there somewhere that we can use
as a starting point?
   2. Is there a source for these kind of documents?
   3. Anybody have particular experience with any language that can 
either prevent litigation, or save your "bacon" in case there is any?

Try www.mytechnologylawyer.com, online Law Firm and their System Security 
Surveillance Contract, with applicable modifications. These folks will 
review your contract and also defend the contract in the event there is a 
dispute all for about $100.00.

I have used them for many years, and unlike most other law firms, they are 
well skilled in Technology Law.

Bernie / cta () hcsin net
Chief Technology Architect / Chief Security Officer
Euclidean Systems
// "There is no expedient to which a man will not go 
//    to avoid the pure labor of honest thinking."   
//     Honest thought, the real business capital.    
//      Observe> Think> Plan> Think> Do> Think>      

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