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  1. Well the utilities are a rather different breed. ...

    Well the utilities are a rather different breed. There have state and federal oversight. Additionally, as you noted - they have a relatively high level of self-regulation within the industry. Each...
  2. Tony, Take a look at the actual standards that...

    Tony,

    Take a look at the actual standards that they are recommending. While they might be better than nothing, I feel that they are pretty loosely defined. Also at this time, the "Sanction"...
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    It sounds like you're talking about a BIOS...

    It sounds like you're talking about a BIOS password. That can be a tough one to get around. I really think you need to look up the spec for the motherboard/BIOS. I'd suggest the Dell website and...
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    Adven. I was just getting ramped up to make...

    Adven. I was just getting ramped up to make pretty much the exact same conclusion. Thanks.


    I'd like to add that I'm not sure I agree with using the term "firewall" interchangeably with...
  5. Thread: Spam

    by amazingzarkon
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    I don't know what the solution is. I also don't...

    I don't know what the solution is. I also don't know anyone in the business who isn't trying to stem the spam tide at this point.

    I am holding out some hope that the Anti Spam Research Group...
  6. I agree that the latest trends seem to indicate...

    I agree that the latest trends seem to indicate that the next "killer" threat will likely come in the form of a worm that has been designed to target one or more known vulnerabilities.

    Nimda, Code...
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    Well I will say this - if there is a "Global...

    Well I will say this - if there is a "Global Password" it would have to exist outside of the normal user/password database.

    I have cracked a number of Windows SAM files as part of a security...
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    You might also want to take a look at QoS...

    You might also want to take a look at QoS (Quality of Service). This is how I generally see NBAR (Network Based Application Recognition) information being used to control bandwidth.

    There is...
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    With regards to finding out an IP address - there...

    With regards to finding out an IP address - there are a number of ways to do this. You might look at the netstat command. You could also look into a sniffer software, such as ethereal.

    With...
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    AllYourBaseAreBelongToUs Geez. Obviously you...

    AllYourBaseAreBelongToUs

    Geez. Obviously you guys didn't get the memo... ;)
  11. "Yes" to everything Tiger Shark just said. I...

    "Yes" to everything Tiger Shark just said.

    I really like the PIX firewall so I think you've got a great platform to work with there. Like Tiger Shark suggested, you should not permit any...
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    Do you have another machine locally? If so, you...

    Do you have another machine locally? If so, you could try to rule out the router by connecting locally without going through the router. I always like it when I can rule something out. Almost but...
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    I believe you should be OK with that...

    I believe you should be OK with that configuration, could be something with your CD-ROM Drive?

    Hardware compatibility list is available at Redhat 9.0 HCL

    You might try creating the boot...
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    I think I need to agree with the need to evaluate...

    I think I need to agree with the need to evaluate each system and each patch individually. It kills me, because I started out a long time ago in the land of helpdesk - where I learned that...
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    I need to second that sys c:\ information. It's...

    I need to second that sys c:\ information. It's right on the money. If this is a recurring problem, you might want to make that the virus protection is installed and functional. I seem to recall a...
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    No kidding. Didn't seem that long ago 'til I...

    No kidding. Didn't seem that long ago 'til I started trying to recall some command line stuff. Now it seems like it was about 100 years ago.

    These kids - don't know how good they have it. ...
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    Indeed. DOS is not a network operating system. ...

    Indeed. DOS is not a network operating system. It is a PC operating system. There is no native support for PC to PC communication built into DOS.

    That being said, there are a number of...
  18. Amen to what Tiger Shark said! Get some help. ...

    Amen to what Tiger Shark said! Get some help. Nothing wrong with that.

    Security isn't something that you can just accomplish in a day or two. I would recommend something like a three-phase...
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    Here are a couple of points: If the ISP...

    Here are a couple of points:

    If the ISP connection is in your name, you are likely going to be held responsible for how it is used regardless of whether you or your kids or your friend or someone...
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    Please let me throw one additional...

    Please let me throw one additional observation/recommendation into the mix here:

    It helps to be familiar with several different platforms if you plan to work in a consulting capacity and/or move...
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    eWeek has an article explaining RH's new...

    eWeek has an article explaining RH's new distribution release strategy. Read it at eWeek (link is to the article).

    Basically it sounds like they are splitting distribution releases between...
  22. Thread: websense

    by amazingzarkon
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    I think that if WebSense is installed and...

    I think that if WebSense is installed and configured properly it is quite difficult if not impossible to get around. With the aforementioned possible exception of end-users configuring their browser...
  23. Thread: websense

    by amazingzarkon
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    Let's assume for the moment that this is a...

    Let's assume for the moment that this is a legitimate question. Actually it is a rather legitimate question because it pertains to organizations that have deployed a URL filtering solution and...
  24. You can configure nFuse to use an SSL connection....

    You can configure nFuse to use an SSL connection. nFuse is a gateway product for Citrix. However, I have seen it used with a general HTTP connection as well, so SSL is not a requirement.
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  25. I wonder if they've carried this testing out with...

    I wonder if they've carried this testing out with the Citrix version? I am pretty sure that TS is basic Citrix technology that rolled back to M$ a couple years back due to a licensing issue.
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