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[Full-disclosure] Re: security at .edus
From: Dave \ (davek_throwawayhotmail.com)
Date: Sun Apr 23 2006 - 11:00:57 CDT
> Brian Eaton wrote:
>> than a secure network. Plus a university network has fewer secrets
>> to protect than a business.
> Depending on the University, I might or might not agree with that. I
> know of several that have DoD funded research projects going on that
> require Top Secret clearances just to work on. Add to that all of the
> student data and you've got a pretty good trove of data. When you
> combine that with the notoriously lax security at most of them you've
> got real problems waiting to happen.
s/waiting to happen/been going on for years/
.edus have always been among the most widely-hacked targets since back in
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