Restoration technique [Was: Re: Bay Area: IBM 4341 and HP3000]
scaron at umich.edu
Wed Jan 14 15:18:24 CST 2015
You must be having a bad day? If the impression of these statements is to
make people think you're a big guy, I think they're having the opposite
effect. I mean, using your personal resources to blow away a hobbyist
offering to help another hobbyist, wow, impressive. If you really want to
crush it, why don't I set up a Mediawiki from scratch and your staff, or
even better, you personally can own me? Root shell. Up for it?
On Wed, Jan 14, 2015 at 3:53 PM, Jay West <jwest at classiccmp.org> wrote:
> Sean wrote...
> Please explain what significant system security issues you believe follow
> from hosting a MediaWiki? I wrangle many of them so I'm always interested
> in hearing criticism of the software.
> how about google "Mediawiki security vulnerabilities". Most anyone that
> even touches mediawiki in a cursory fashion is aware there are frequent
> issues with it.
> Better yet, go to CVE and see the current list of exploits?
> We do host hundreds of mediawiki sites, so we're up on the issues and how
> to prevent them. It helps to have a staff dedicated to this.
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