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    SubjectRe: Linux login security approaches
    Mirian Crzig Lennox (mirian@xensei.com) wrote :

    >You'll probably get a million responses to this but: if the PC's BIOS
    >is password protected and set to not boot off of anything but the "C:"
    >drive, this attack won't work.

    Unless the attacker goes into BIOS , enters the backdoor password
    and makes the floppy bootable.

    Some "works-almost-always" passwords for Award BIOS'es :
    "589589" , "AWARD_SW" ...

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