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Date: Sun Apr 23 07:37:03 2006
From: randy at procyonlabs.com (Randal T. Rioux)
Subject: security at .edus

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Brian Eaton wrote:
> On 4/22/06, Sol Invictus <sol@...eyoubeentested.org> wrote:
> 
>>What you don't realize is that just by posting here that an Educational Institution
>>is vulnerable to this,  Some Readers (not me) might already be scanning for
>>web vulnerabilities at these sites across the US.
> 
> I suspect the anonymous educational institution in question is hardly
> the only vulnerable site out there.  Universities tend to be fairly
> decentralized places, where academic freedom can count for a lot more
> than a secure network.  Plus a university network has fewer secrets to
> protect than a business.
> 

Tell that to the DoD sponsored research labs within many universities.

Randy

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