You don't want to hear it: 10 pieces of lousy security advice

Monday, 27 August 2007, 4:47 PM EST

Sometimes a few words from a software vendor, potential partner or consulting security expert tell you everything you need to know about whose advice is worthwhile -- when it's best to smile and nod, or whether you need to interrupt and challenge someone who's seriously off the rails. Here are 10 telltale phrases that signal troublesome advice.

At Computerworld.

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