|Wow...."plus some others not in our office"|
And I thought businesses were more security conscious (snicker).
That reminds me of when the cable company first started offering data in my town. Being an "early adopter" I jumped on their $20/month offer.
I was amazed...it was wide open. A click on the Windows 98 Network Neighborhood revealed computers all over town.
Hypothetically, someone could have browsed through the sales commission reports of that shop up the street, or, hypothetically, printed humorous messages on some other guy's printer. Or, hypothetically, loaded up another guy's folder of bootleg rock mp3's with a bunch of super-hick classic country tunes. But, of course, someone wouldn't delete or take any information.
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