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Re: [Full-Disclosure] Successful in blocking all known exploits
From: stephane nasdrovisky (stephane.nasdroviskyparadigmo.com)
Date: Tue Jul 06 2004 - 03:01:06 CDT
>On Saturday 03 July 2004 18:25, J.A. Terranson wrote:
>>On Sat, 3 Jul 2004, RandallM wrote:
>>>After a number of years, much thought,and long nights I have developed a
>>>systematic method to prevent and thwart exploits on my system!
>>>up and running for 876 days straight and have had no problems
>>Yeah, but what about Windowz boxes?
I've seen one (pdc) alive for +- 2 years. The administrator didn't
believe me when I sayd the latest issue (a stupid thing I don't remember
such as no authentication possible anymore) he was facing would
-probably- be solved by a reboot (My limited nt eperience is: reboot
twice (at least) watch the screen with 3-4 colleagues (at least) if the
issue is not solved by these 2 magic keys, spend some time but do not
spend too much time trying to understand what's happening::it's usually
a waste of time).
>Hum, how did you guess he isn't talking about a windows box ? 8-))
Did he meant neve reboot or never boot. In the 2nd case,I guess most of
you will agree. The same kind of things applys for infratructures: isn't
air gap firewalls one of te most secure piece of hardware?
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