davidr writes "Microsoft's response to Back Orifice 2000 has been to characterize it as a hacker tool instead of a network administration tool, because it can be installed stealthily and used to monitor users without their knowledge. cDc has reponded by pointing out that Microsoft's own tool, SMS, does the same exact thing! They've called for antivirus software for SMS and challenged Microsoft to recall it. " Read this one. Its interesting. Having never used SMS (hell, I haven't really used windows in a year or so) I'll leave it up to you guys to figure out if this is true.
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