November 24, 2001

Locked down out of the box

Author: JT Smith

Network Computing: "Host-level security is but one building block when constructing an in-depth security strategy. As such, it presents another level of defense against that would-be attacker who has gotten past your perimeter defenses. When properly implemented, host-level security also can prevent rogue internal users, ranging in intent from curious to malicious, from penetrating the server and gaining unauthorized access."


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