Commentary: Patch as patch can

Summary:Who needs brute-force attacks on 128-bit SSL keys when you can remotely waltz into the box with the credit card numbers on it and purloin as desired. Can someone please tell me why sysadmins aren't securing their servers?

Who needs brute-force attacks on 128-bit SSL keys when you can remotely waltz into the box with the credit card numbers on it and purloin as desired. Can someone please tell me why sysadmins aren't securing their servers? Read the column. -- Stephan Somogyi, ZDNet News

Topics: Servers, Hardware, Networking, Security

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