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>: >Any way I can make it so that my users CAN NOT run the policy editor.
>: The fact that Win95 is insecure is not a problem. All desktop operating
>: systems are insecure -- MacOS, OS/2, Windows 3. The problem is that
>: Microsoft says that Win95 has decent security, and even otherwise savvy
>: people like you believe this. This is called "snake oil." You jump
>: through hoops trying to set up all sorts of traps, while in reality
>: anyone who reads any computing magazine or the newsgroups can "break in"
>: in ten seconds. See page 113 of the November 13 InfoWorld,
>With respect, I expect UN*Xs to be (nearly) 'secure'... like linux that
>costs *NOTHING* :)
>I'd guess the linux MS Windows emulator is pretty secure too :)
>Pity Linus doesn't fork for MS :(
operating systems, though it would be nice if they were.
This leaf probably belongs in advocacy. If the yahoos in advocacy are
intrigued, a few earlier articles in this thread and other interesting
things are on gopher://quixote.stanford.edu/1m/win95netbugs.
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