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From: gem at (Gary E. Miller)
Subject: Re: Gates: 'You don't need perfect code' for
 good security

Yo Geo!

On Fri, 31 Oct 2003, Geoincidents wrote:

> Part of the problem here is network design. For example, if when laptops are
> brought in they were only allowed to connect to a wireless network and that
> wireless network was on the far side of the firewall (perhaps slightly more
> access than from the internet but still majorly firewalled) and treated as
> untrusted systems which they in fact are, then it would not be such an
> issue.

So what is your solution for the folks that carry those USB keychain
memories?  People carry those around with virus infected files and
plug them in to whatever machine they are sitting in front of.  Had
people I never seen before try to plug them in to my hosts.  "Just
wanted to read my email man"....

Gary E. Miller Rellim 20340 Empire Blvd, Suite E-3, Bend, OR 97701  Tel:+1(541)382-8588 Fax: +1(541)382-8676

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