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From: Erwin Rennert (erwinzsi.at)
Date: Fri May 17 2002 - 04:21:07 CDT
Well, if you don't *use* a firewall I guess your system is open. You may
want to enable further services in /etc/inetd.conf, such as ftp, telnet
rsh, rlogin, finger, talk etc. by removing the "#" in the respective
lines. After that, reload inetd with the command
killall -HUP inetd
You may also want to start the portmapper (useful for NFS).
And if you want to make your system completely vulnerable, write thwe root
password on a post-it and attach it to your system's screen. You may want
to deposit a skrew driver on top of the casing so that whoever wants to
steal the hard disk has less of a hassle.
Use a wireless LAN without any encryption.
Post your credit card details to this list.
Hey, list, any other suggestions ?
;-)) Regards, Erwin
PS: I *DO* hope this LAN is in your home and you're the only one living in
your household. If this is at your office: Just how far can you trust your
collegues? You see, in many cases the bad guys don't come from the outside
at all. The security problem may very well be the bloke sitting in the
office next door.
Erwin Rennert, Center for Social Innovation
Austria, Europe erwinzsi.at
On Fri, 17 May 2002, Florian Winger wrote:
> Hi everybody,
> I want a absolutly open system, cause it is not connected to the internet
> only in my LAN.
> I´m using SuSE 8.0 and have already removed SUSEfirewall2,
> personal-firewall, yast2-config-firewall and yast2-trans-firewall packages with yast2. Is
> there anything more to do?
> thank a lot!! Flo
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