internal ip address

--[ UxBoD ]-- uxbod at
Wed Feb 6 19:28:10 GMT 2008

Whether it be a 10 or 192 range I don't believe that private IP addresses give that much information away.  I am more annoyed when companies use peoples name as the workstation identifier eg. BOBSQUAREPANTS a quick G00gle and you get Mr B Squarepants CEO A Big Piggy Bank! Makes a nice target once on the network, or as Matt said some simple social engineering.  Most of it is common sense, but how often do we see not much of that in IT ;)


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// PGP Key: "curl -s | gpg --import"
// Fingerprint: F57A 0CBD DD19 79E9 1FCC A612 CB36 D89D 2C5A 3A84
// Keyserver: Key-ID: 0x2C5A3A84
// Phone: +44 845 869 2749 SIP Phone: uxbod at

----- "Matt Kettler" <mkettler at> wrote:

> Hugo van der Kooij wrote:

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