On 10/01/12 15:41, Chris Tate-Davies wrote:
> On 10/01/12 13:34, Johan De Meersman wrote:
>> ----- Original Message -----
>>> From: "Johnny Withers"<johnny@stripped>
>>> Security through obscurity?
>> That sentence has been overused way too much. If you want to remove
>> all obscurity from your security, just publish your passwords and
>> private keys.
>>> If none of your MySQL (or samba) servers are open to untrusted
>>> networks, why do you need to hide this information.
>> Because even on a trusted network you can have untrusted agents.
>> Think malcontent employees, viruses, et cetera. Security comes in
>> layers, the more the better - although I do agree that this
>> particular layer is not the first priority.
> Indeed, have a read of http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Defence_in_depth
Sorry, wrong link, this is the right one:
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