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Arlen talks about famous trojan horses. Well, here's one that is easily written
(and often is) by young hackers and students in the Unix domain:
They write a program that displays the login prompt, just as it would appear on
an inactive terminal. The innocent user enters name and password, and the
trojan horse files it all away in a secret file, stored for mischeivous use
later by the hacker.