[LINK] Users tackling 10 new vulnerabilities a day
lannet at lannet.com.au
Tue Sep 20 12:31:53 EST 2005
Again, Jane Average wouldn't have a clue about designated primary
Internet access points, esp when many DSL services are supplied with
multiple ethernet port modems which allows them to just plug in another
'puter directly onto the I'net.
I sometimes wonder just how much the technically savvy are unaware of
just how clueless the average user is; and I include myself in that
class (of being unaware...)
Con Zymaris wrote:
> On Tue, Sep 20, 2005 at 09:06:06AM +1000, Pilcher, Fred wrote:
>>Comments on this? It sounds odd to me.
>>Users tackling 10 new vulnerabilities a day
>>Australians cope with 10 new application vulnerabilities every day, with no immediate relief in sight.
> Ack. Reality or not doesn't matter. It's the perception of reality. And
> many Jane Averages are sick of it all. It's one of the reasons we pushed
> the whole hardened safe internet computer thingy for those Jane Averages.
> Most people should not be online with a full-function PC. Hardware is
> cheap enough for most homes to have 2 or 3 systems, one of which is the
> designated primary Internet access point.
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