[Asterisk-Dev] Is anyone thinking anymore?
steve at szmidt.org
Mon Jul 26 08:33:48 MST 2004
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On Monday 26 July 2004 11:08 am, Andrew Kohlsmith wrote:
> On Monday 26 July 2004 10:56, Steve Szmidt wrote:
> > OpenBSD is continously audited for these kinds of "bugs" and as a result
> > has not had more than ONE remote access hole in SEVEN years.
> *cough* OpenSSH
> *cough* OpenSSL
I forgot to say default install. SSH was the hole, and if I remember correctly
the SSL one was not a remote access hole. They primarily audit the OS, other
apps as they have time. Either way, one or five holes does not alter the
> IIRC both of these are used on "out of the box" OpenBSD systems.
> > You can never protect yourself against bad programmers. But there are
> > known ways to protect yourself against being hacked!
> yeah. NX is a much better way IMO. :-)
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