On Fri, Aug 26, 2005 at 12:56:02PM +0200, Paolo Marchiori wrote:
> BTW, is it just a silly idea of mine or using a non-x86 architecture on
> a linux machine cuts out most of the crap of script kiddies?
no, i think it's valid. it won't be the thing that will stop an
attacker tragetting you specifically, but it is one more hurdle to
jump over. for script kiddies just looking for a bunch of hosts to
launch attacks/spam/whatever from, that might be enough of a pain to
security through obscurity is not to be depended on, but that's not to
say it isn't a useful tool in your defensive toolkit.
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