Date: Tue, 04 May 2004 19:05:17 -0300
From: Dexter J <>
Subject: Re: OT- Heads Up - Sasser plug

On 4 May 2004 21:14:18 GMT, Dave Hinz <> wrote: > On Tue, 04 May 2004 17:50:13 -0300, Dexter J > <> wrote: >> For example - almost everyone had open port 80 on install with >> supporting >> IIS drivers awaiting a licensed install of IIS server. This greatly >> eased >> the detailed configuration needed to properly set up IIS to work >> properly >> with the windows Operating System. > > See, but the thing is, an Apache webserver installation on a *nix or > Mac, or even on a 'doze box, includes opening that port. It's > scriptable, > so the user doesn't even have to know they're doing it. > Exactly, except that in Windows - the port is already flipping open and ticking over on install - but not being monitored or secured *unless* you install a webserver or block the port. I choose Apache naturally, which then effectively secured the port - and - it is a great way to bypass windows sharing entirely as it does a way-hey-hey better job of sharing the files and directories you actually want to share. >> Enough of this OT I agree - back to things that really matter - anyone >> got >> a rust free 89/90 9000 5 speed/5 door with a dead engine stinking up the >> place who is willing let go for a song? > > Still looking, eh? That '88 SPG went for rather a lot on eBay, Dave Pretty much every time I light up the NG900 I picked up to replace my beloved 89 9000T brother Dave. I have got to think that somewhere in the vast southern wilderness of North America there is a late, rust free series one slant nose 5 door 5 speed with a croaked engine and a disenchanted owner. Unfortunately, I fear most of them have simply given up and don't even bother to look around for a 'Wanted - used SAAB 9000 Turbo in need of an engine' posts like mine. -- J Dexter - webmaster - all tunes - no cookies no subscription no weather no ads no news no phone in - RealAudio 8+ Required - all the Time Radio Free Dexterdyne Top Tune o'be-do-da-day Joe Cocker - Bird on a Wire

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