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Re: Collocation Access

  • From: Jim Popovitch
  • Date: Mon Oct 23 17:41:02 2006
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On Mon, 2006-10-23 at 18:57 +0100, Roland Perry wrote:
> But presumably it would need to be stolen. Wouldn't the tech notice that 
> happening... Or is there some way the colo security guy can clone it 
> undetected?

I've been in and out of several colos that require you to leave your ID
(passport/DL, and business card) up at the front desk throughout your
visit.  This could be for hours, or even for the whole day.  During that
time I imagine my ID could have been photocopied, transcribed,
photographed, etc, without me ever knowing.

-Jim P.