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There is no question that technology has changed how Government is done. With the integration of social networking, blogs, RSS feeds, and wikis, Government is better able to serve individuals, businesses and employees alike.

Here is a forum to share your experience with technology use in Government.

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Knight  
#21 Posted : Wednesday, April 14, 2010 2:38:50 AM(UTC)

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True but for most of us would need a warrant or some pressing need for that kind of monitoring. Using the tools like Carnivore (FBI) checks all the stream for keywords and only flags those sessions that are meaningful.
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#22 Posted : Thursday, April 22, 2010 4:41:14 PM(UTC)

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Hasn't spaceshot ever heard of remote desktop?  It and there are other equivalent software packages allow you to see a remote computer exactly as if you were at someone's desk watching their monitor.  You can watch someone as they type, not just when they hit the send button.
Yea if you read federal govt policy's (dod especialy) it's illegal to run dameware silent.  If an active investigation is going on thats fine if not it's considered targeting.  If an investigation is going on then the party at hand must be informed he's being investigated.
 
And remote desktop gives you a desktop of a machine. Not the desktop that the person is working on but the machine there working on.  Microsofts (and others) remote desktop gives you a desktop connection remotely.  But its not like dameware, dameware shares the users view to you sort of like projection imaging where you can take control and record. 
 
You don't understand the technology nor the terms then shut up, yell at the screen and don't post.  Because YOUR WRONG.
 
 Knight > Yes the term real time means that when I type.  THIS PLACE SUCKS then hit the backspace key to record it you would see it then you would see it disapear. Keylogging whould show it something like this "THIS PLACE SUCKS <bs><bs><bs><bs><bs><bs><bs><bs><bs><bs><bs><bs><bs><bs><bs><bs>"  You can't hide ***** from a good keylogger. well. almost.  Cutting and pasteing is still hidden so if you typed out the alphabet and was tedious enough to cut and paste every char (serial killer mentality) then you could bypass a keylogger.  But not the monitoring of the output.
 
ramble ramble ramble. 
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frankgonzalez  
#23 Posted : Thursday, April 22, 2010 8:49:36 PM(UTC)
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Spaceshot wrote:
If an investigation is going on then the party at hand must be informed he's being investigated.
Not always.  Depends on the type of investigation. And generally, the type of investigation that would require this type of activity would be one that the person is NOT told they are under investigation right up until they handcuff them and begin reading them their rights (either Miranda or Art 31 UCMJ).
You should have voted Cthulu...the greatest of all Evils
Spaceshot  
#24 Posted : Monday, August 9, 2010 8:19:25 PM(UTC)

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Your network must be slow as $hit then.
 
streaming video to see what all your employee's are doing . m m m m. 
 
I call Bu11$hit.........
 
 
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#25 Posted : Wednesday, January 4, 2012 1:10:33 PM(UTC)
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I agree - I know when I went to a class to learn Netscape by our IT - I asked him if it was ok to use it on a government computer - he said yes - I used it to obtain info. when one of our folks went on travel - (this was long ago as you can see) I got called into my bosses office - - I told him I had asked for permission - and he said no that wasn't the problem - but they actually timed every minute  
One man was fired for doing porno - I  was shocked that anyone could be that dumb - - 
One man felt it was his right to use the government computer for e-mails regarding his horses, activities etc.   For me the only thing I did is e-mail my son when he was in college - about travel dates.  
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#26 Posted : Tuesday, August 20, 2013 8:27:06 AM(UTC)

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Well, more and more people use smartphone or ipad at work now. Does anyone know how government monitors that?hope4gov2013-08-20 16:34:46
Knight  
#27 Posted : Wednesday, August 21, 2013 12:33:14 AM(UTC)

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Snowden can tell you. Otherwise we don't care. Do what you want on your phone. Well as long as it is not in a secure area. In our building there are 2 floors that personal devices are not allowed.
Sean  
#28 Posted : Wednesday, August 21, 2013 2:41:27 AM(UTC)
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I remember doing some work on a A/C unit in a NCC room back in 2002, my buddy had just cross-trained there. He showed me how they monitored web sites in real-time...this was 2002! I would imagine technology is pretty good to say the least, that as close to real time monitoring can be accomplished as Knight has said.
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#29 Posted : Tuesday, August 27, 2013 10:31:29 AM(UTC)
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Cells are not allowed at work - - as I mentioned before - they can go in and see how long you have been on - do you deserve to get paid for time not devoted to your job - I have seen it done - Too many people were taking advantage of what started out as minimum "overlook" - One man went ballistic when he actually used his government e-mail for his personal e-mail - folks like that started making the restrictions tighter and tighter - one man lost his job over porno even tho he was not within the US -
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There is no expectation of privacy on govt owned devices. Don't expect it. Don't complain. You can visit any website that you want. It is up to the Agency to have a Blacklist of websites that are blocked. If they don't want you to go there, they will block it.

Best bet is to BYOD on a public network at work.
hustonj  
#31 Posted : Thursday, October 17, 2013 3:12:23 AM(UTC)
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You signed a use agreement before yoiu were given access to specific equipment (like that computer).

You are held to the terms of that agreement whether a site is blocked or not. Do not tell people that if they can get their they are safe, because that's a falsehood.
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#32 Posted : Saturday, February 22, 2014 12:47:46 PM(UTC)
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#33 Posted : Saturday, February 22, 2014 12:49:17 PM(UTC)
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Spaceshot wrote:
OK, OfficerBill,
 

You missunderstood my argument.  Yes you can see what gets sent and all.  What im saying is if your bull*****ting about one part its probubly all bull*****. 

 

You can NOT see what people are typing as they type it.  You see it the second they send it.

 

I did not deny you can see what gets sent over the network.  I do the same job of monitoring.  You can monitor everything that gets done. it's all tracked and monitored AFTER the fact.  you can't stop the bullet mid flight.


Maybe you should look into VNC Server and VNC Viewer (and similar products).
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