[linux-elitists] CNET: Another worm, more patches

M. Drew Streib dtype@dtype.org
Thu Sep 20 16:00:53 PDT 2001


Somebody must have sold Gartner a clue! I wonder how much it cost
them...

http://news.cnet.com/news/0-1003-201-7239473-0.html

"
Gartner recommends that businesses hit by both Code Red and Nimda 
immediately investigate alternatives to IIS, including moving Web 
applications to Web server software from other vendors such as iPlanet 
and Apache. Although those Web servers have required some security 
patches, they have much better security records than IIS and are not 
under active attack by the vast number of virus and worm writers.
"

-drew

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