10 Most Dangerous Things To Have On Your Network
They say the road to hell is paved with good intentions – any sys admin would relate to this. You have nothing but the best intentions when you install a tool, set up a service, or plug in a device on your network, convinced that that these will be of benefit.
Yet how often did you find out that instead of helping to manage or improve the infrastructure, the results were disastrous, security holes were opened, making audits a nightmare and creating other major issues for everyone?
Many of the things on this list could still be a good idea under the right circumstances, and with the right controls, but the risk is still very high. To help you avoid the pain and suffering here are 10 of the most dangerous things to have on your network.
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