Quote from lawrence01
it will... but posting actual nclex questions in websites has already proliferated and some are even asking money for it. it is a violation of us copyright laws besides cheating of course and this just shows that they do punish people that do this. doesn't matter as well if one hasn't taken it yet. one might get barred or black listed even before he takes the nclex if one is caught doing something like this or similar to it. if one posted actual nclex questions, whether for free or for a fee and whether they have actually taken it or not wouldn't matter. if they can identify you via ip address, posted your e-mail add., contact #s, etc.. then they can easily identify you and hold you responsible just like what happened in korea.
base on experience :
1) usually those criminals they don't directly access to the blog , they use unconventional proxy servers
from some isp usually located in russia, china via some sort of vpn tunnel
.and some small island country permit you to have account without name/ id (scary , isn't it ? ) . they never co-operate with investigation , never configured to save server access logs and on top of that hard disk drive are encrypted using strong encryption. it makes virtually impossible to trace.
2) alternatively criminals maybe using zombie machine
to post questions. ( remember the ddos attack
launched using zombie machine on yahoo.com and other major website 7 yrs ago and until now authorities are unable to locate the attacker because there isn't any evidence ).
- under the supervision of us authority , this type of mission-crital exam
should only conduct off-line
in secure location ;-).
sory for my bad english.