On Mon, 22 Apr 1996 sameer @
> I feel that in this kind of scenario, you will be more vulnerable to attacks and
> your security could be compromised.
Sorry, I don't see it. Sure, because it's dynamic it's susceptible to
error, which can open up a hole accidently. But if the update
information comes down a serial line, and both boxes are sat next to each
other in a locked room, where's the extra attack vunerability? If you
see any, please let me know.
BTW, thanks to those that pointed out that MorningStar offer such a
beasty, I'll be passing the information on.
Dave Roberts, Unix Systems Administrator, SAA Consultants Ltd, Plymouth, UK.
"smap has the advantage [over bare sendmail] that it was written by somone
who is almost certifiably paranoid" - Brent Chapman, London, 19 Oct 95.
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