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RE[6]: Comment by robojerk
by Laurence on Sat 15th Jan 2011 13:47 UTC in reply to "RE[5]: Comment by robojerk"
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You miss my point.

What I'm saying is businesses and governments wouldn't have e-mail traffic going from workstations to the internet. They'd have that traffic going to and from the exchange server.

So the firewall would still block your example as only the exchange server would be whitelisted for sending e-mails.

Now I'm not saying that it's impossible to hide data, just that it's unlikely to be happening because of the difficulty in doing so successfully and the backlash when it inevitably gets found out.

Edited 2011-01-15 13:50 UTC

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