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Thread: is aol range scanning illegal?

  1. #1
    Unregistered Guest

    is aol range scanning illegal?

    what about if i scan for proxys on aol ranges ? is that illegal .. if so what can be my concinquences for geting caught?

  2. #2
    Unregistered Guest
    Why would you want to scan AOL range(s) in the first place?

  3. #3
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    hi,

    the chances are that they are illegal. See the AOL terms and conditions before you trying anything.

    Data.

  4. #4
    Unregistered Guest
    ~ORIAN~ .. well i have killed * ranges already ... and i didnt know .. it was probably illegal ... someone told me it was so i was like OH SHIT .. i sieged all my projects because of the notice~~

  5. #5
    Unregistered Guest
    Of course, scanning is illegal, unless you scan your own network ("your own" means "YOUR OWN", not isp owned or something). But there is almost no chance that there will be any problems if you do, even if you don't just portscan, but do much nustier things.

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    Unregistered Guest
    ~ORI@N~ what do u mean my own network? my isp ..? producer? ... i dont get it ...

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    ^^

    ok ok .. is there a free range peoeple can scan? ....

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    Re: ^^

    Originally posted by Unregistered
    ~ORI@N~ what do u mean my own network? my isp ..? producer? ... i dont get it ...
    I mean that if you are the owner/administrator of some subnet (range of ip addresses) you may do whatever you think you should with your part of the network.

    Originally posted by Joeychingas
    ok ok .. is there a free range peoeple can scan? ....
    No.

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    @_@ .. shit im screwed then

    OHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHh ok

  10. #10
    legion Guest
    yes it's illegal to scan however go to [url]www.proxynation.org[/url] to learn how to scan and what not to scan. remember to register.

  11. #11
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    It is not illegal to scan somebody !
    I mean, come on !
    Now, almost every user has his own scanner, firewall, etc.
    Why do u think scannig would be illegal ?
    If just scaning - that's fine ...
    If u breaking inside ... they will get ur ass !
    Change yourself of we will ! ...::*lip-team*::... God Save Russia !

  12. #12
    Unregistered Guest
    What can scanning be used for if it's not for hacking?

    "Hey, i am just scanning, nothing else! I just like portscanning, that's very exciting!"

    That's like checking what's inside someone's pocket. Is it illegal? I don't think so. But why will you look into someone's pocket? Of course, only if you want to steal something!

  13. #13
    Rogue Guest
    "ok ok .. is there a free range peoeple can scan? ...."

    Sure. Try the **2.*68.x.x range and for dessert, *0.0.x.x
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  14. #14
    Unregistered Guest
    "What can scanning be used for if it's not for hacking? "

    i dont know if this fits your point, we often scan computers, mainly lan, for game servers

  15. #15
    Unregistered Guest
    Scanning is very legal. Show me the law that says otherwise

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