2009/6/28 Polytropon <free...@edvax.de>:
> On Sat, 27 Jun 2009 21:17:11 -0400, Daniel Underwood <djuatde...@gmail.com>
>> Exactly. For example, the "server" in question is a desktop machine
>> at work. I regularly see transfer rates of 13MB/s. It's at a major
>> university, which is by itself another high-risk factor, precisely
>> because there are so many (often weakly protected) high-speed
> That's a valid point, and I'd like to add that there is some
> consideration: Servers are usually protected with proper means.
> This goes especially for UNIX servers. Desktops, on the other
> hand, can more easily be taken over (especially non-UNIX machines),
> so if an attacker got his foot inside a network, it's very
> useful to him. There are even trading platforms where criminals
> buy and sell whole networks of compromised PCs. Of course,
> everything happening inside such networks should be seen as
> what it is: a threat to security. Just imagine some "clever
> guy" uses telnet inside such a network to configure the
You mean like the default alternative to SSH for "Windows" boxes?
Gotta love their arrogance....
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