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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?

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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.

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