Re: What is wrong with schools these days?From: Michael Holstein <michael.holstein () csuohio edu> Date: Tue, 25 Apr 2006 15:12:09 -0400
You know, having made a few NTexploit lists in the past, I wanted to
make the point the M$ was less secure. Unfortunately the facts were
You do realize that in this case the "facts" have more to do with how
things are reported by the two companies.
Case in point : a typical IIS security advisory will read ...
"MS06-xxx" Vulnerability in IIS
whereas ones for Apache will be much more specific ...
"CVE-xxx" fixed tiny little bug in some script
"CVE-xxx" fixed different tiny little bug in other script
I agree though that $anyOS is dangerous in the case of 'clue <= 0'.
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