Thursday, November 1, 2007

I am Really Freaked Out

I am Really Freaked Out!

OK. I am really having a problem right now. I'm literally shaking. I'm sweating like a pig and freezing at the same time. I feel like puking but nothing's coming up.

I stumbled across something at work today that I really don't think I should have seen. Something really bad. I mean Evil with a capital 'E'. I don't know what to do. I don't know if there's anyone I can talk to about this. The only reason I'm blogging about it is that I've got to get this off my chest.

Here's what happened. I just joined this new team, and part of what I've need to work on this past week is to gain access to various secure sites on the intranet and get permissions to do certain things. So I'm filling out the forms, and everything is going well, but at the final step I keep getting an error.

I searched through the online docs but I can't seem to find a way around the error. I finally find a little shell script posted on someone's internal blog and run it. When I return back to the main project page, suddenly I can see tons of projects that I couldn't before. At the top left corner of the page I see my login name followed by ":Admin". I didn't think much of it at the time.

What caught my attention was a few projects with strange labels like "GMCEX" and "CSTOAX" whereas all the rest seems harmless like "User Settings" and "Email Client".

So of course like an idiot I checked them out...

I know that all access to restricted documents is monitored. They know that I've been in there. If what I've read is true...I could be in deep shit.

I just went to the bathroom and along the way I noticed all the cameras installed in the ceiling. I've worked here six months and never noticed them before. Are they new? Why are they there? Jesus Christ, what the fuck have I gotten myself into?

I gotta go. I'm just going to post this real quick and try to calm down. What the hell am I supposed to do? My company knows everything about everyone! I am so screwed!!

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