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This chapter is from the book

This chapter is from the book

Summary

Physical security is about common sense. Wherever possible, implement all security procedures proscribed by your hardware manufacturer. (In particular, watch for default passwords and such.) Also, if you're currently using used network hardware, it's worth tracking down supplemental documentation on the Internet. Older network hardware might harbor various flaws. Perhaps the best tip is this: Take every precaution to prevent unauthorized users from gaining physical access to your servers or network hardware.

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