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Re: Data Theft
From: Ansgar Wiechers <bugtraq () planetcobalt net>
Date: Tue, 25 May 2010 21:52:25 +0200

Please don't hijack existing threads. If you want to start a new topic:
write a new mail.

On 2010-05-21 Sumeet Narula wrote:
we are looking for any software/firewall solution.
 
which  prevent the user(user is not under domain) from copying the
data from PC/laptop to Pen drive/mail the data as an attachment.
 
actually our main concern is to prevent the data theft from our office
PCs(suggest if you have some other other solution).
 
we require this for at least 5-10 PCs.---------

Unless you prevent the usage of mail and pen-drives entirely the user
could (for instance) simply uuencode the file and mail it inline instead
of as an attachment.

You're saying the laptop is not a domain member. Does that mean the user
in question has admin privileges? If so, there's nothing you can do
anyway.

Regards
Ansgar Wiechers
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