Linked by Thom Holwerda on Wed 20th Jun 2007 20:07 UTC, submitted by Valour
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RE: Secure by default != Secure
by openwookie on Wed 20th Jun 2007 21:11 UTC in reply to "Secure by default != Secure"
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The idea is that at least you are starting with a secure base, and do not have to take action in order to make it secure. This differs from other OS's where a fresh install is not secure at all unless the administrator does *something* first. Ex: Windows 2003 requires a ton of patches after an initial install (along with turning off extra services) as the first step towards a secure system.

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