>I would like to understand how the hacker would theoretically be
successful in breaking into an AS/400 and making off with data. >Would the
hacker get to the files on the network server and corrupt. Or is the issue
one of signing-on and having some password >program generate a password.


Read "AS/400 Security in a Client/Server Environment"  by Joesph S. Park
ISBN 0-471-11683-1

You will learn "Neat" things like what a SEPT worms is and more things that
will make you "sober" about security.
The person who wrote it is/was one of the most Knowledgeable people out
there on AS/400 security internals.

John Carr

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