[funsec] Infecting OEM Images
AWilly at eSMIL.net
Thu Jan 19 16:26:34 CST 2006
That restore partition rather than CD caught us by suprise in a Ghost
deployment fiasco. I won't bore you with details but will summarize the
Guy A: "Hrm. I guess this image ain't gonna work on these workstations."
Guy B: "Better start over."
Guy A: "Yep. Let me have the ever handy, really useful, incredibly reliable
Guy B: "I thought you had it?"
Try to explain that to level one Toshiba tech support.
From: Larry Seltzer [mailto:larry at larryseltzer.com]
Sent: Thursday, January 19, 2006 3:09 PM
To: funsec at linuxbox.org
Subject: [funsec] Infecting OEM Images
A reader who just bought a new Dell system noted to me that they don't send
Windows disks anymore; instead they store images of the OOBE disk on a
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