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Comment: Re:How did this happen? (Score 2, Insightful) 192

by QuadEddie (#42695609) Attached to: Thousands of Publicly Accessible Printers Searchable On Google
The number of small companies dwarf big companies. While a big company could potentially have a few of these in the open, they're much more likely to have the resources to have someone competent running the network. A typical small business (under 20 employees) will not have the resources to secure their network and will likely be oblivious to the exposure.

Comment: Re-Categorize (Score 0) 304

When working for a military contractor, our client (the Army), would constantly rate every project of theirs as a 10 (on a 1-10 scale). Because we couldn't distinguish which project was more important to them, we had to create a secondary rating scale just for them. We would then ask them if the project was a 10 - A, a 10 - B, or a 10 - C... (rolleyes)

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