To secure or not secure, that is the question.
This thread seems to have evolved into to camps: People who lock it all down, and people who think it's too hard to lock it all down.
I am in camp 3: Lock everything down according to its value. I leave rakes and shovels in my yard, I don't leave my wallet on the window sill, and I always lock my doors.
Some of my stuff is LOCKED, some is not that locked, and it's all behind a firewall.
- If someone wants in, they'll find a way,
- You don't have to leave the door open.
- As a home user, you are 1 in a Zillion
Finding an appropriate security policy is the hard part.
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