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Sending email: Can you be arrested?

Asked by atoz, 29 Jul '08 10:30 am
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Can security agencies arrest you if an e-mail sent from your computer implicates you in a case of cyber-terrorism?


Currently, the answer appears to be "yes" despite the fact that e-mail IDs can be spoofed (faked) and IP addresses (your computer's identity when surfing) manipulated with ease.


Security agencies recently discovered that the Internet Protocol (IP) address of the sender of the e-mail -- warning of the Ahmedabad blasts -- originated in a flat in Navi Mumbai that was rented by a foreign national, who has been implicated in the case.


However, experts note that cyber-terrorists could have remotely hacked into the computer and sent the e-mail via a trojan. A trojan is the oldest way of tricking you to load a programme that gives a hacker access to your computer.


A hacker could, thus, be watching every mail you read or sent, browse every website you visited, or every transaction you ever made on your computer without you ever knowing of his/he ...more
Answered by RukhsanaSiddiqui, 29 Jul '08 10:31 am

 
  
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Sending email: Can you be arrested?
Leslie D'Monte & Priyanka Joshi
July 29, 2008 02:53 IST
Last Updated: July 29, 2008 09:25 IST

Can security agencies arrest you if an e-mail sent from your computer implicates you in a case of cyber-terrorism?

Currently, the answer appears to be "yes" despite the fact that e-mail IDs can be spoofed (faked) and IP addresses (your computer's identity when surfing) manipulated with ease.

Security agencies recently discovered that the Internet Protocol (IP) address of the sender of the e-mail -- warning of the Ahmedabad blasts -- originated in a flat in Navi Mumbai that was rented by a foreign national, who has been implicated in the case.

However, experts note that cyber-terrorists could have remotely hacked into the computer and sent the e-mail via a trojan. A trojan is the oldest way of tricking you to load a programme that gives a hacker access to your computer.

A hacker could, thus, be watching every mail you read ...more
Answered by Parul Advani, 29 Jul '08 12:51 pm

 
  
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If ur innocent then no problem but if with terrorists then yes
Answered by krish, 29 Jul '08 11:33 am

 
  
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No because God aur sach mere sath hai
Answered by rajess, 29 Jul '08 11:29 am

 
  
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