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January 13, 2011

Episode 15

Filed under: Good Email Forwards, Night At Ofice — Srivardhan @ 10:37 am

Neha was still in shock with the news she got from Rohan. She just did a search on telephone directory for a name with Rahul Mehra and page
Returned no records. She again checked the mail id and employee number details. She did a search many times that day by putting various combinations but the Search page displayed the same message “No matches found for the given search criteria”. She could not believe that someone could hack the system and send mails to her from an non-existing id. She attached the mails sent by Rahul and sent it to Rohan as a proof that she was not dreaming.

On seeing the attached mails even Rohan was in shock. He came to Neha’s desk.

Rohan:- “I think by mistake his id has not been deleted and someone who knows about it is playing with it.”

Neha:- “But I checked the details on telephone directory there are no records available for this id.”

Rohan:- “Talk to the CCD people and see what they have to say.”

She called up the CCD people. They took control over her system and looked at the mail sent by Rahul Mehra. The mail was sent from the from the same
computer which Neha was using. The time stamp at which the mails were sent Neha had logged in. Also there was no evidence that a remote desktop connection was made or mail was sent through web mail. Even the CCD people were clueless as to how a mail has been sent from a non-existing id and from Neha’s system itself.

There were no viruses or torjans or any other kind of threats on Neha’s system. Her anti-virus was upto date. The whole day was gone in finding a
loophole as to how did Neha get such a mail in her mailbox. Neha was tierd from the day’s happening and so she decided to leave early from the office that day.

The next day when Neha came back, she saw a mail from Rahul Mehra. She didn’t know whether she should delete that mail or read that mail. She was
scared to open the mail. Somehow she gained some courage and opened the mail. The context of the mail was…

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