kinko spying: criminal caught Scarfing keydata

Bill Stewart bill.stewart at
Wed Jul 23 15:56:46 PDT 2003

The real question is whether the FBI's keyloggers caught Jiang's passwords,
or whether it was the NSA or Mossad caught the FBI's keyloggers
catching Jiang's keylogger catching other passwords.

At 01:13 PM 07/23/2003 -0700, Major Variola (ret.) wrote:
>Kinko's spy case: Risks of renting PCs
>                  NEW YORK (AP) -- For more than a
>                  year, unbeknownst to people who used
>                  Internet terminals at Kinko's stores in
>                  New York, Juju Jiang was recording
>                  what they typed, paying particular
>                  attention to their passwords.
>                  Jiang had secretly installed, in at least 14
>                  Kinko's copy shops, software that logs
>                  individual keystrokes. He captured more
>                  than 450 user names and passwords, and
>                  used them to access and open bank
>                  accounts online.

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