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NO, period! the more 0 users the worse it gets.. just because script kiddies try the root user.. does not means they can't find any other username... what a surprise if someone cracks a dictionary made user for example "dcolings" and find out they are already user 0 ... there are hundreds of solutions for anyone to not loose a password or a ssh key.. if ...


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I am going to answer your question as a generalization of my real world experience. Except for BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) workplaces, I would say that most work places supply their employees with the computers they are using. Which means that legally speaking the computers and whats on them belong to the company. Most companies will also have some form ...


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First of all, I would not call that a backdoor. A backdoor usually refers to methods of bypassing normal authentication, which would not include an Administrator account owned by IT. Nearly all corporations I have worked with have the IT department own the Administrator accounts and functions for all workstations and servers in the environment, whereas the ...


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A look at the hdparm source code reveals that the -I option triggers an ATA "identify" command, to which the drive responds with a sequence of 256 16-bit integers, that encode the drive capabilities. Among them are the "security features". hdparm then proceeds to print out these capabilities in human-readable format. If the integers don't specify support ...



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