That's not even vaguely true but ok.

November 06, 2007 04:23AM
Windows comes with a firewall. Now, if you go and disable all security, set it to have an admin password of "password", etc then maybe its an easy "hack". But it'd be the exact same thing as Unix or Linux. <br> <br>Securing a Windows server box is typically as simple as setting good passwords, keeping it patched and leaving the firewall on. Which is exactly how hard it is to secure a Linux/Unix box. <br> <br>Of course, I'm a technical manager in charge of designing secured network software on Windows and you use a completely different technology...but maybe you know more about it than I do. Or maybe you're just full of shit.
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Getting a server accessible on the internet

Leprechaun 343 November 03, 2007 03:42AM

Port Forwarding and ISP restrictions

Rade 274 November 03, 2007 04:18AM

Oh, also

Rade 265 November 03, 2007 04:21AM

None taken :)

Leprechaun 223 November 03, 2007 05:21AM

Statistically speaking...

Rade 239 November 03, 2007 05:59AM

Yeah me too

Leprechaun 237 November 03, 2007 04:28PM

That's not even vaguely true but ok.

Death_Claw 228 November 06, 2007 04:23AM

The SANS Institute disagrees with you

Rade 322 November 06, 2007 04:33PM

Because, having worked with hundreds of windows machines over a decade...

Death_Claw 273 November 07, 2007 03:49AM

Install Bitdefender, its $60, then use port forwarding.

Death_Claw 281 November 06, 2007 04:34AM

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