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Submission + - Network Security Blunders: Tales From the Field (net-security.org)

Orome1 writes: We’ve all made one in our career, I’m talking about that blunder you thought you would be fired for. Sometimes our blunders are not instantly noticeable, sometimes we make blunders that linger in our firewalls until one day they either cause an outage or an auditor calls us on them. This article presents common blunders from firewall engineers around the world, maybe you’ll recognize one or two of them your self.
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Network Security Blunders: Tales From the Field

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