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SubjectRe: Linux connectivity trashed.
"J . A . Magallon" <jamagallon@able.es>:
> On 03.29 Richard B. Johnson wrote:
> >
> > The penetration occurred because somebody changed our firewall
> > configuration
> > so that all of the non-DHCP addresses, i.e., all the real IP addresses had
> > complete
> > connectivity to the outside world. This meant that every Linux and Sun
> > Workstation
> > in this facility was exposed to tampering from anywhere in the world. This
> > appears
> > to be part of a plan to remove all non-DHCP machines by getting them
> > trashed.
> >
>
> See the cleverness of his network admins, that spent their time configuring
> a firewall to MAKE HOLES where there are not any...

And obviously not tell anyone they were doing so....

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