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From: Chris Benedict <chrisb () daemonnews org>
Date: Wed, 12 Jul 2006 22:49:21 -0500

Hey, I'm working as an IT intern in a doctors office and I got permission to do a little pen-testing on their servers on my own time. How necessary would it be to get written permission before I take any action? The Admin/CTO is a pretty good friend and I doubt would even consider taking any legal action if anything happened.

If I do need a contract or something could someone point me in the direction of a template. I have never even seen such a contract/agreement before and I would never be able to write one up on my own properly.

Thanks,
Chris Benedict

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