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Date: Fri, 9 Mar 2007 13:30:51 -0800 (PST)
To: "Roger A. Grimes" <>
Subject: Re: Microsoft Windows Vista/2003/XP/2000 file
 management security issues

Excellent.  I was wondering if one of you would notice the recipients list
could be edited or that there was another choice besides Reply to all.

> --This is getting boring. Let's take this offline, just between  you and
> me.
> --You sound like many Linux/Unix guys I know who think they know Windows
> security, but really don't. You're still acting like Windows security is
> represented by Windows 95 without a firewall. You're mixing up your
> security permissions, acting like you've never heard of the Creator
> Owner SID, or the ability to change subfolder and file inheritance.
> Either you don't know about them or you're purposefully ignoring them to
> make your unlikely argument. Windows has incredibly security
> granularity. You expect me to assume that the Windows administrator
> makes bonehead configuration mistakes and I'm just supposed to accept
> that as a Windows problem?  You can argue that some Windows
> administrators may not configure something correctly based upon
> perceived risks...but I'm not blaming Windows for that.

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