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Re: iSeries Security in Computerworld



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I remember being able to log on remotely to another state agency's system as QSECOFR QSECOFR not too many years ago. They thought they could achieve security through obscurity until I pointed out how vulnerable they were.


AGlauser@xxxxxxxxxxxx wrote:
Jim Franz wrote on 03/11/2006 03:40:02 PM:

I'm not trying to minimize the effect, put the percentages listed seemed
high and some may read this as a study of the whole community.

They don't seem all that high to me. I think that lots of systems have problems with weak passwords, too many users with high authority, and other security problems - whether they run a System i or some other box.

Just my two cents,
Adam

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