Hacker breaks into a Web server running on a Windows 2000based system. Because of the ease with
Hacker breaks into a Web server running on a Windows 2000–based system. Because of the ease with which he broke in, he concludes that Windows 2000 is an operating system with very poor security features. Is his conclusion reasonable? Why or why not?
Can the UNIX Bourne shell variable HOME, which identifies the home directory of a user to programs that read start-up files from the user's home directory, be used to compromise a system? If so, how?