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From: inouk at (Eric LeBlanc)
Subject: no more public exploits and general PoC gui
 de lines

On Tue, 27 Apr 2004, Jedi/Sector One wrote:

> On Tue, Apr 27, 2004 at 04:05:13PM -0400, wrote:
> > Are you saying that unless there's an exploit
> > that gives you access to the target machine
> > your company wouldn't patch
>   It's a matter of priority.
>   For most PHBs, proactive security must be very low priority because
> keeping systems up to date doesn't bring any money to the company.

Just to tell your boss that the
will cost them more than keeping their system up to date (with proof).
It's enough to convince them that the patching will save them a *LOT* of
money and time (if the patch don't broke the system of course, especially
with microsoft patches).

If they don't want to understand it.. Well, I want to be there when their
system will have a virus/wathever just to see their face :-)  Oh, it's
possible that the VP of company will tell to you that it's YOUR fault...

Eric LeBlanc
UNIX is user friendly.
It's just selective about who its friends are.

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