two bogus messages to this list
wombat at mcfeely.bsfs.org
Mon Nov 11 16:44:03 PST 1996
On Mon, 11 Nov 1996 attila at primenet.com wrote:
> In <199611111238.GAA17346 at manifold.algebra.com>, on 11/11/96
> at 06:38 AM, ichudov at algebra.com (Igor Chudov @ home) said:
> .I did not write the two messages below. I did have a small party
> .yesterday, probably some of my guests did that...
> just goes to proof it: Microslop and Intel boxes are secure
> only when most of their parts are stored under lock and key.
Um, not to disagree with you re Intel/Micro$loth, but most UNIX systems
can be brought up in single-user mode and the root password changed by
anyone with physical access to the system. You could end up with even
more trouble than if someone messed with your M$ box.
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