At 03:16 PM 1/9/01 -0500, you wrote:
>The real problem with security is not physical connectivity, it is logical
>connectivity. If a data is allowed in, viruses can be transmitted. If
>data is allowed out, confidential data can be lost. If two-way
>conversations are allowed, hackers can try to trick servers. If data
>filtering is used to block bad data, then there is a constant battle
>between the latest rules blocking the latest known attacks. If flawed
>protocols are allowed through, then security holes are opened. If flawed
>protocols are blocked, then their functionality is no longer available to
>Harvey Newstrom <HarveyNewstrom.com>
You are missing the point. This is one of those gadgets that keeps viruses
from crawling down the wires into your computer.
Are you old enough to remember when they sold lead outlet covers that were
sold to keep "nuclear radiation" from atomic power plants?
I can't wait for news reports of unbelieving victims of virus attacks -
"But - I was WIRELESS!!!"...
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