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Hi Bill:  Thanks for the information.  Obviously Apple engineers will
promote their own kind first.  It's nice to get feedback from outside
sources.
 
On Wed, 15 Mar 1995, Bill Goins wrote:
 
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> >        A Macintosh-based WWW server is MUCH less subject to cracking,
> >       because it is not a unix system, and does not have a "root" level to be
> >       cracked, etc.  MacHTTP is a shareware trial from BIAP Systems.  URL is
> >       "www.biap.com".  Check it out for a FAQ and more detailed info on
> >       implementation & security.
> >
> >Mark Wheeler - Advisory Systems Engineer
> >Apple Computer, Inc.          Reston, VA
> >
>
> Please note the employer of the person expressing this opinion.  Macs and PC's
> are more open to outside attach than Unix because they have no "root" level.
> That is why there is a huge market for Mac and PC anti-virus software but no
> market exists or is needed for Unix.
>
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