That is basically what we are looking for. We aren't "oh my gosh we are
going to be hacked". But we want to eliminate the "Oooh look at this,
QSECOFR password", catching the CFO's password to all of the financial
reports, etc.

I guess I was looking more at: Do you use CA SSL? What about Client-Server
Apps like Lawson's LID that may/may not be secure?

-----Original Message-----
From: Buck Calabro []
Sent: Tuesday, July 30, 2002 3:03 PM
To: ' '
Subject: RE: [Security400] How paranoid do you get?

When talking about security and paranoia, don't fall into the trap of
thinking that there's somebody trying to get YOU.  They want to get ANYBODY.
If there's a person at the ops centre at your ISP who's a bit nosey and
decides to pop a sniffer on the net and just 'browse' for a while, they'll
pick up all sorts of juicy bits from a lot of different companies.

I have a test iSeries that I put on the web every so often, and I routinely
get my first probes within minutes of starting the HTTP server.

The snoopers may not be looking specifically to crack MY company's web site,
but they'll take it if they can get it.

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