Primitive Screwhead: Cortez the Killer: 127.0.0.1There's no place like home!
skozlaw: I don't think you know what you're talking about. In your example, you're talking about the IP of a device that has a default outbound route for sources and destinations without NAT rules. In a company of a thousand people, that's just a device their traffic passes through.
MadMattressMack: You realize there's a HUGE difference between the burdens of proof in civil and criminal litigation? For a criminal investigation you have to prove beyond a reasonable doubt while civil is you just have to prove it's likely.
skozlaw: So your theory is they're going to kick down the door, bust in and randomly pick some schmuck to throw in front of the DA with virtually no evidence when the alternative is to pass a bit of work off on somebody else while building a virtually airtight case?
skozlaw: Only if that office has a network managed by complete morons. If the cops came in today and said to me that somebody from our office was doing that and they needed to know who it would take me all of 15 minutes to provide that information because we have logs of all basic network activity going back 180 days. And that's assuming the culprit was smart enough to dodge the web filter so I couldn't just look it up in that.
Cortez the Killer: 127.0.0.1
Carn: It shows your IP as 192.168.0.2 127.0.0.1, looks like we've got our child rapist.
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