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    There are a ton of lists out there listing the...

    There are a ton of lists out there listing the default passwords for every piece of hardware and software under the sun.......makes you wonder just how hard it really is to get into Joe User's home...
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    Actually I did not notice the date, how the hell...

    Actually I did not notice the date, how the hell did I wander back to Feb? I must be getting more and more crazy..... :D That's what happens when you post at work......
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    "anything going to login.oscar.aol.com" I used...

    "anything going to login.oscar.aol.com"
    I used the same method with ISA and it worked well, I originally blocked the default port but the program outsmarted me and swerved to a different port.
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    I stopped using IE entirely a month ago or so and...

    I stopped using IE entirely a month ago or so and have since been using the Opera browser. So far more stable, easier to use, and not thoroughly ridden with holes and problems. If I find I don't...
  5. Re: RPC exploit ports

    To give you a better overview of the offices in question:

    Offices are between 2 users and 70 users (nothing really to big, the big one w/70 users is almost all Win98 and the other machines in the...
  6. The plan was to patch anyway, the point of this...

    The plan was to patch anyway, the point of this thread was to help determine priority and time frame.
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    I think I would kill someone if I just downloaded...

    I think I would kill someone if I just downloaded a few hundred songs at $0.99 a peice, downloaded one song for free and had that one song delete all of the others.
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    What is wrong with filtering emails with...

    What is wrong with filtering emails with executable attachments? With the exception of a very few tech support people sending me patches/fixes/updates I never get legit emails with executables. I...
  9. It's no trouble or extra work to add it onto the...

    It's no trouble or extra work to add it onto the batch file with the rest of the patches, no sense leaving a hole if I am going to be there applying 25 other patches. As far as I am concerned there...
  10. Thread: Spamming

    by IFixDaWindoze
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    Poll: On the bright side.......between applying M$...

    On the bright side.......between applying M$ patches and managing spam filtering I have no shortage of work. :) I use Nemx Powertools for Exchange and it is very useful for blocking spam.
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    He was more of a "nomad" according to stories I...

    He was more of a "nomad" according to stories I have read. He stayed with friends and his parents sort of traveling around with his laptop and clothing. I don't think he was really poor or...
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    Interesting, I also did not notice anything...

    Interesting, I also did not notice anything wrong. News.Google.com is my homepage and I use Google for searches about 20 times a day, have never seen that error message.
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    Not to mention you loose the realtime protection...

    Not to mention you loose the realtime protection that will keep a virus from writing itself to the drive, your online scanner will only find it if it's already running rampant.
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    I think this type of thing will become more...

    I think this type of thing will become more possible with the large number of devices that are phones/web ready/email capable/handheld organizers, especially the ones that have an OS like Palm or...
  15. I'm more worried about the external threat during...

    I'm more worried about the external threat during the next week or so, they will be patched soon so it's not a big issue. My main question was more directed toward should I panic and run in there to...
  16. Funny shite guys, this is the first one I have...

    Funny shite guys, this is the first one I have read of these since I am new to the site but it is nice to see a new spin on the classic BOFH series.
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    A lot of the browser add-ons cause issues,...

    A lot of the browser add-ons cause issues, particularly Hotbar......many of my clients have experienced fluky behavior associated with it. Maybe try getting rid of the Yahoo bar and afterwards...
  18. That is not really an issue with most of our...

    That is not really an issue with most of our clients, we have a pretty tight lid on things coming in and going out. Our clients haven't really caught on to the whole laptop thing yet, I guess some...
  19. Thanks everyone, figured as much but thought it...

    Thanks everyone, figured as much but thought it would be best to get a second opinion. :cool:
  20. How effective is a firewall against RPC exploits?

    How effective are firewalls against RPC exploits that use port 135? Specifically the vulnerabilities discussed in M$ security bulletins MS03-026 and MS03-039. I will patch the systems behind the...
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    Bad: Relatively piggy w/ resources Expensive...

    Bad:
    Relatively piggy w/ resources
    Expensive for home use
    Tends to be time consuming to configure
    Requires a machine to run it on

    Good:
    Learning ISA is way easier than learning all of the ins...
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