Here I Am

From: Doc <>
Date: Wed Jan 23 00:33:54 2002

On Wed, 23 Jan 2002, Julius Sridhar wrote:

> On Tue, 22 Jan 2002, Zane H. Healy wrote:
> > > b) When I got back I discovered some little punk assed bitch had hacked
> > > into my server and it had to be taken off the local network where it sits
> > > for security reasons.
> >
> > This sucks!!! Something you might want to consider is using OpenBSD for
> > your server. I've been using Linux for over 10 years now, and while I think
> > it's a pretty good desktop OS, and OK as a server, if I want a stable secure
> > server I'll use OpenBSD! Of course OpenBSD sucks in that it doesn't support
> > multiprocessor systems!
> That's why you go with NetBSD.

  No, that's why you Just Say No to RedHat. As a RedHat Certified
Engineer, Instructor and Examiner (Woo-Freakin-Hoo), I can say this with

  RedHat has the strangest concept of security I've ever run across.
They close doors that should be open - sendmail refuses connections on
port 25 by default - and leave others wide open. Like running
[unconfigured] apache on every install.
  Debian Rulez

Received on Wed Jan 23 2002 - 00:33:54 GMT

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