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Sysadmin cracked military PC’s security by reading the manual

fuzzyfelt

Re: BS

We don't know what version of DOS it had - before MS-DOS had the F5 skip, it was available on other DOSes.

So what you're saying is this machine booted DOS from ROM (Possible but very expensive in the 286 era) and had all other boot mechanisms, such as floppy drives, floppy pin headers, SCSI headers, expansion boards, blocked so you couldn't plug something in?

I doubt it - autoexec.bat security sounds more like a hindrance rather than security.

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