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Subject: Re: Windows 10. Horrible!
Date: Wed, 01 Nov 2017 14:11:06 -0400
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In article<>, PeterN
<"peter,newdelete"> wrote:

> Some years ago I was talking about HIPPA rules with one of my doctors. 
> He his network was impenetrable. 

just like the titanic was unsinkable.

anyone who says that is a fool.

> With his consent, I hacked into his 
> network in a few minutes. It was simply a matter of knowing him, and his 
> habits. His password was his license plate number, and he had a 
> ridiculous firewall. 

equifax had a public facing server with the id/pw of admin/admin.

last year, they were told that their systems were horribly insecure and
trivial to hack. they did nothing.

> I was able to straighten that out for him. Internet 
> access was provided through a separate network, with only authorized 
> users having access to his router,

how can you be sure? routers have exploits too.