I was asking why he didn't supply a username and password. (Sound of low flying plane just missing your forehead)2112 said:After you click the login button, you are prompted for id/password.
What is sad is how crappy the small departments tend to treat computer security. I actually have 2 login's and passwords that were gained just by hanging out with some friends that work in those small departments. Usernames are actually quite obvious, but they chose really easy passwords and that is stupid. Granted, you would have to get into the department and behind the counter's etc. to use them, but still.Freqed said:I was asking why he didn't supply a username and password. (Sound of low flying plane just missing your forehead)
Kind of like how our Sheriff and IT guy were working overtime yesterday to "fix" our network so that the whole thing isn't dependant on a wireless router like it is has been for the last year since the new jail was built? :lol:okccsi said:What is sad is how crappy the small departments tend to treat computer security.....
OCSO213 said:OKCCSI unless you hold reserve or full time peace officer commision that Im unaware of. I would be tight lipped about that info. Just FYI.
I have that same deal goin'... it's a useful tool, ain't it?okccsi said:I could qoute social security numbers from people I haven't seen in years. i can give you my original phone number from when I was 6 y/o. I could give you vin numbers off of vehicles I messed with 6 months ago.
I have a bad habit of it. I see something written, or typed and I remember it. I have to conciously look the other way sometimes.
That's not true for ODIS, but it is for OLETS.okccsi said:The thing with the ODIS usernames and passwords is that they require them to change the password every 90 days.
OLETS is the "Oklahoma Law Enforcement Telecommunications System". It basically provides access to NCIC, driver's license info, vehicle registration info, and a number of other functions useful to law enforcement.Freqed said:Damn, Ok what is OLETS?
I just checked and ODIS is showing 101 agencies on the network as of April '05... who knows how many are on there now!okla-lawman said:When Odis is in full swing it will cover all 77 counties, and over 130 cities. ......