Security for the paranoid

Wednesday, 27 April 2005, 2:55 PM EST

Something strange happened to me recently: a friend told me I was too paranoid when it comes to security. It was strange because he was the third person to tell me that in a couple weeks. Sure, I expect most people to call me paranoid, but these were all colleagues in the security industry. Is it time to worry when security professionals consider you too paranoid?

Most of my internet traffic goes through at least three firewalls. Is that too paranoid?

By Mark Burnett at The Register.

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