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RE: Successful in blocking all known exploits
From: "Sean Crawford" <sean01 () accnet com au>
Date: Sun, 4 Jul 2004 02:45:33 +1000

---> -----Original Message-----
---> [mailto:full-disclosure-admin () lists netsys com]On Behalf Of RandallM
---> Sent: Sunday, 4 July 2004 1:26 AM
---> To: full-disclosure () lists netsys com
---> Subject: [Full-disclosure] Successful in blocking all known exploits
---> After a number of years, much thought,and  long nights I have
---> developed a
---> systematic method to prevent and thwart exploits on my system!
---> I have been up and running for 876 days straight and have had
---> no problems to
---> date!
---> thank you
---> Randall M

So what your saying is that if you never reboot no one will find a hole in
your OS?!?....I'm sorry mate but I just don't see how in the hell this is
any help at all?..

Try that on a windows based server like a lot of large companies rely on and
you will soon find its just not an option...

How about, NEVER TURN THE MACHINE ON!....this is on a par with your
reasoning and about as systematic..

Speaking for myself here and the region I work in ,we have a crappy power
grid and long blackouts are common place and I don't know of an UPS system
that would cope aside from a back up generator to remedy the situation ,what
your suggesting nothing but folly.

That's without mention of basic maintenance or heaven forbid...moving a

No offence intended.


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