[linux-elitists] What to do about cluebatting such companies, that require possibly *YEARS* old Distros
Fri Jan 28 17:34:17 PST 2005
Quoting Greg Folkert (email@example.com):
> Weathered, Hard, Tough, Crunchy outside. Warm, gooey, soft and tasty
> inside. Almost sounds like a good french Cream-Puff or Eclair.
> I am hoping you understand, Hostile networks are not only on the outside
> of a firewall. A significant percentage come from within. I'd bet those
> that do, just love push-over machines to bidding for them.
Well said. I personally wasn't going to go there, but, ladies and
gents, this man has seen just that, from the middle of the corporate
My own personal preference is to assume hostile all networks and draw
the "security perimeter", if at all, at each host's edge -- but of
course that doesn't work for most sites' user communities.
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