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From: cslyon at (Christopher Lyon)
Subject: Oh no - the feds are on to us :-)

I also love the point about visiting the Microsoft web site for the updates and patches.  Yeah, Microsoft update service has proven to be a bad tool for making sure there own products are up to date. What about telling Microsoft to write a better update service that actually checks to make sure the patches are installed rather then based on partial information. Be is file dates or existence of files.

My $.02

-----Original Message-----
From: Larry Roberts [] 
Sent: Friday, August 01, 2003 12:33 AM
Subject: [Full-Disclosure] Oh no - the feds are on to us :-)

Not sure if everyone saw this yet.
Larry Roberts
CCIE #7886 (R&S / Security)
President - Nexperts, Inc "The Networking Experts"
Office - (602) 445-3915
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