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The question that has been brought up is whether or not it's worth it for there to be a page on the 68kMLA Wiki as an example of where it could be with a guide on how to harden older versions of Mac OS X after the fact. Not just discussing the possibilities, but actually patching problems as they come out. Some people such as Cameron Kaiser, who ports Firefox as TenFourFox and who released the aforelinked shellshock patch are sort of involved with the process, but they only seem to get vocal when a really big security bug is found, and nobody seems to be interested in, say, updating CUPS, etc.

The guide would have to both be a practical information guide on how Mac OS X is configured when it ships and how you can change the configuration, and it would need to have mirrored copies of Apple's updates available or at least links to Apple's combo updaters , and it would need to have information on security events after the release of that version of Mac OS X, and whoever maintains it johnklos might be a good candidate would also need to be somebody who keeps up with the CVEs because I only run operating systems that are getting updates from a community or vendor, I don't specifically follow CVEs and other security issues, and ideally somebody who can actually produce the patches for the page.

Also, let's be honest, this is a Mac site and not all Mac users actually have the self awareness to do things like not click on unknown links, not run unknown binaries, and not joining unknown wireless networks.

Somewhat ironically, those people running Linux on their PowerPC Mac hardware are actually hit a lot harder by the shellshock bash vulnerabilities, due to things like the unknown DHCP servers and the fact that on linux, you can run any command you want, as root, through the DHCP client on the system. That goes to show more about the value of patching frequently than to be a specific indictment of Linux or a specific praise of Mac OS X for some of its different design decisions.

That can be another thread if somebody wants. The reason I call out patching linux is that some people like to go "Well, I'm running Ubuntu 8. The participants in this thread may already know this information, but this is on a public part of the web site and our web site gets googled and used as a resource by a lot of people. Most of these things are turned off, but some enthusiasts turn things on, and a vulnerability like shellshock actually introduces the possibility to enable services remotely simply by way of routine requests the computer makes, or by tacking things on, say, to requests that mediawiki makes.

Mac OS 9 is its own thing, and has essentially no underpinnings whatsoever.

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That's OpenTransport's job. In addition to that, Mac OS 9 doesn't really have a unified way to remotely issue commands to the system. There's remote AppleScript, which needs to be enabled, and which you can kill by tossing the extensions into the trash. Windows 9x integrated a few more things into the operating system itself than Mac OS 9x did, or at least made them slightly more difficult to extract, but most of the same stuff applies, with the exception that some of the server code Microsoft doesn't include in Windows, namely a mail transfer agent that I know of, but that's because Microsoft wants you to buy a copy of Exchange.

Oh, that and Windows 9x does have a shell, but it's not super commonly remotely accessible, at least based on what's built into the system. So, I hope that's helpful. Owning a modern Mac is, for better or worse, an exercise in keeping up with a technology treadmill. Fortunately, that treadmill is becoming easier to keep up with as Mac OS X hasn't increased system requirements since I flubbed the link to xkcd for heartbleed, meant to use this one: I can agree with that and makes since.

I do forget many people don't have the knowledge how their system actually work and for the most part don't want to know. All configured without DHCP. So definitely not your standard setup but it is what happens when you have a Network Administration Degree and can't find work.

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