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|Originally Published: Wednesday, 29 December 1999||Author: Derrick H. Lewis|
|Published to: news_enhance_security/Security News||Page: 1/1 - [Std View]|
Y2K hard drive warning?
System Administration Networking and Security (SANS) Institute says the greatest danger for many companies is restarting there systems after Y2K. The problem is grunge buildup. Grunge is made up of lubricant and media particles. They explain what this grunge buildup can do to your system and how to stop it.