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  • #31
    Originally posted by yogi_berra View Post
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    Year	Total defacements Linux (all distros) 	Total defacements Windows (all versions)
    2000	931	                                             2,587
    2001	4,080	                                             13,549
    2002	22,693	                                             43,441
    2003	191,720	                                             58,571
    2004	247,113	                                             119,402
    2005	276,294	                                             179,945
    2006	446,039	                                             258,129
    2007	305,968	                                             139,427
    2008	352,449	                                             141,061
    2009	378,728	                                             143,151
    2010	1,126,987	                                     219,419
    Total	3,076,889	                                     1,318,682
    These stats are pointless unless we also know the TOTAL number of servers. We know Linux is HUGE on webservers, which is what these hacks are 'defacing'. What kind of bullshit stats only list the defacements and not the total amount of servers in each category? For all we know 219,419 may be 50% of all windows web servers while 1,126,987 may be 10% of all Linux webservers. Try harder yogi_berra...

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    • #32
      Originally posted by XorEaxEax View Post
      These stats are pointless unless we also know the TOTAL number of servers. We know Linux is HUGE on webservers, which is what these hacks are 'defacing'. What kind of bullshit stats only list the defacements and not the total amount of servers in each category? For all we know 219,419 may be 50% of all windows web servers while 1,126,987 may be 10% of all Linux webservers. Try harder yogi_berra...
      Also doesn't include parked domains where a single intrusion may affect a few hundred sites.

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      • #33
        Originally posted by yogi_berra View Post
        Can we just drop the nonsensical belief that OSS is secure now and fix the problem in a realistic manner?
        Linux is pretty secure. The problem is that people tend to stick crap written in PHP on top and expect it not to be hacked to death.

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        • #34
          Originally posted by XorEaxEax View Post
          These stats are pointless unless we also know the TOTAL number of servers. We know Linux is HUGE on webservers, which is what these hacks are 'defacing'. What kind of bullshit stats only list the defacements and not the total amount of servers in each category? For all we know 219,419 may be 50% of all windows web servers while 1,126,987 may be 10% of all Linux webservers.
          The bullshit here, is that you refuse to admit that there are security problems. Thanks for proving the earlier point about heresy.

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          • #35
            Disaster waiting to happen

            This particular part of the WineHQ website has been a disaster for a long time now. The maximum allowable password size and
            specific password characters allowed are not specified when you enter a new/first password. The limits turn out to be
            ridiculously weak and there is no feedback if your password doesn't work (fit the 'unspecified limitations'). Bugzilla is
            just a weak bit of FOSS (to be internet facing) - open to all sorts of vulnerabilities I would bet... Perhaps RMS should bump
            it up on his 'most wanted list' (above Google Earth for sure) :-)

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