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This is a discussion on Remote access control within the Tech Board forums, part of the Community Boards category; Than why this? Originally posted by RoD A buggy insecure service. >>you could install a trodjen corisponding to a port ...

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    Than why this?

    Originally posted by RoD
    A buggy insecure service.

    >>you could install a trodjen corisponding to a port

    First of all, its Trojan :P Secondly, thats the worst idea i have ever heard. No offense, but thats worse then XP's built in function, no trojan is secure, ever, period.

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    because i was under the impression the suggestion was suggesting the use of a common or pre-made trojan such as sub7.

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    Originally posted by RoD
    no trojan is secure, ever, period.
    Hmm...

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    I stand by that, its not secure. Nothing is ever secure.

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    Originally posted by RoD
    Secondly, thats the worst idea i have ever heard. No offense, but thats worse then XP's built in function, no trojan is secure, ever, period.

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    why in the hell would software running on top of any kernel (xp or not) be more secure than what's built into the kernel?
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    because the XP firewall is a half-ass feature that they threw in to be just that, a feature. Getting past xp's firewall is a walk in the park that even a script kiddie could waltz through.

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    somehow i doubt that the feature built into xp that allows you to remote admin is protected by the internet firewall.
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    Getting into a computer using the xp firewall or running the remote service is an easier target than an old lady in a alley at midnight, its that simple.

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