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From: wac (waldoalvarez00gmail.com)
Date: Thu Dec 23 2010 - 02:26:03 CST
Aha, welcome to the world. It is broken and will likely keep that way
for long. So do what i do... Adapt, take a seat, wear a green hat if
you can and forget about the rest. They will not understand, nor they
want to. Besides we would see a load of net admins loosing their jobs
/ companies filling bankruptcy if the model changes so...
You know what.. Bertrand Russell said once:
"Men who are unhappy, like men who sleep badly, are always proud of the fact."
Sort like the old way of saying "don't worry be happy!" :D
And I have serious doubts about that OSSTMM btw.
On 12/16/10, Pete Herzog <listsisecom.org> wrote:
> "Now not everything about the old security model is bad. Personally, I
> really like the Zen feel of it. It's like raking the fine, white,
> beach sand into those concentric lines and around rocks and dead fish
> and stuff. It's very Zen. Then as the tide rises, the wind blows, and
> Frisbees get badly thrown you have to do it all over again in a very
> Zen way like this: Install. Harden. Configure. Patch. Scan. Patch
> again. Update. Re-configure. Scan. Patch again. Uninstall. Re-install.
> Configure. And then you do it all over again! With so much Zen
> practice it's hard not to become a Master of the security repeat
> cycle. But you know what else is Zen? NOT doing that. It's less
> stressful to maintain an existing balance between operations,
> limitations, and controls then running around and putting out fires."
> This is from my new article called, "Making Security Suck Less" you
> can read finished at:
> There's some more, new articles reviewing the OSSTMM and the new
> security model at InfoSec Island here:
> Pete Herzog - Managing Director - peteisecom.org
> ISECOM - Institute for Security and Open Methodologies
> www.isecom.org - www.osstmm.org
> www.hackerhighschool.org - www.badpeopleproject.org
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