rr style scanning of non-customers

E.B. Dreger eddy+public+spam at noc.everquick.net
Sun Jun 15 05:34:32 UTC 2003

RB> Date: Sat, 14 Jun 2003 22:22:50 -0700
RB> From: Randy Bush

RB> > Plenty of *ix idiots running vulnerable systems and "servers",
RB> > too.  Follow a Cobalt mailing list and live in fear.
RB> for which there are system-specific sites telling you how to
RB> lock it down, e.g., as david lesher just pointed out,
RB>     <http://www.bastille-linux.org>
RB> that fools don't use the resources is another matter.  "a fool

Perhaps.  That doesn't make the problem any less severe, though.
One even could argue that's worse -- people running vulnerable
systems despite the availability of lockdown information.

RB> and their data are soon parted."  -- monty williams
RB> but where is the equivalent for windoze, the very common and very
RB> vulnerable opsys?

Google search for something like

	securing windows lockdown

is a reasonable start.

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