Okay folks. My question seems to be getting a tad misconstrued,
possibly by the way I phrased it.
I'm not interested in the ol' VMS vs. Unix argument. I'm only
interested in 'secure' VMS, in isolation.
The company I'm trying to alert has a sysadmin who is confident that
he's locked up his VMS host. Yet, he's just now going through the
process of purchasing TCP/IP for it. Since TCP/IP is somewhat
foreign/new to him, I'm concerned that he is building up a false sense
of security, esp. when you consider that they have *no* firewall to
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