CRITICS HAMMER MICROSOFT OVER WEAKNESS SHOWN BY VIRUS ATTACK (1 Viewer)

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September 12, 2003 -- A wave of new viruses that target Microsoft's products has businesses throwing up their hands at the software giant's seemingly endless security problems.

"We moved all our mission-critical data off Microsoft servers. For trades, anything that directly affects our revenue, they're on Unix boxes," said a technology officer at a worldwide investment bank.


Shame on you MS! :twisted:
 

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Why are mission critical servers connected directly to the internet or on unsecure networks, and, why aren't they configured correctly?

Good think Linux doesn't have any problems. Yeah, right. Read this:

http://www.wstonline.com/story/techwire/TWB20030814S0007

"GNU Servers Hacked, Linux Software May Be Compromised"

Change your oil, brush your teeth, stay off the internet if you don't know what you are doing.
 
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