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    * New Sans/FBI Top 20 list

    Makes some very interesting reading indeed.

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    The Twenty Most Critical Internet Security Vulnerabilities:



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    Join Date
    Dec 2000
    San Diego, CA
    Those are good guidelines, but the best way to secure a system by far is to shut it down, unplug the ethernet cable, encase the entire system in cement and throw it into the ocean. For added protection you can shred the hard drive platters too.
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    Or... you can put it in Al Gore's "Lock Box".
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    Join Date
    Aug 2002
    Chandler, Arizona
    lol the best wya to protect a system is to throw it in one of those things they use to cremate people...never have a problem again..
    -Robert Norton

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