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SubjectRe: Is there something that can be done against this ???
On Mon, 13 Aug 2001 22:20:08 +0300, Mircea Ciocan wrote:

> OK, I realized is a hoax, I should look at the code first then cry the
>wolf is comming :), but anyhow this crap is VERY effective in
>demonstrating to a clueless IT manager that Linux is oh, sooo easy to
>break in.

This is an EXCELLENT comment - we need to be concerned not just about fact,
but also about perception. For those of you in admin jobs with clueless
IT managers watching over your shoulder, this is a real challenge. Hopefully,
since you have *already* adopted Linux, you'll be able to prove that
this particular script was no threat to Linux.


> So at least to learn something from this, is there a way to stop
>completly that crap ???
> My apologies to get you disturbed.

I think you did rightly so. No apologies needed.


regards,
Per Jessen

regards,
Per Jessen, Zurich
http://www.enidan.com - home of the J1 serial console.

Windows 2001: "I'm sorry Dave ... I'm afraid I can't do that."


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