Fake Hurricane emails
Like after similar events in the past, we do expect scams and viruses to take advantage of this situation. Please be careful with e-mails containing 'hurricane videos' as attachments, or e-mail asking for donations. Refer to fema.gov for a list of reputable agencies (see link bellow) or donate to organizations you trust and have past experience with.
Our sympathies for those affected by Katrina. This has been one of the worst storms in history, and it looks as if it is actually getting worse. For those who are interested, I would encourage you to
Clipboard Data Exposure
Exchange Server Security Issue
J.T. Moore sent us a note about the Exchange 2003 install. One interesting side effect is that during the install, the domainprep step grants the "Enterprise Exchange Servers" group the rights to "Manage auditing and security log" this permission can not be safely be removed, as it will cause the exchange server to exhibit errors. Should someone find an exchange server vulnarbility, they would be able to cover their tracks by modifying the security logs.
Aug 31st 2005
1 decade ago