Publishing Your Web Pages
Tom Kelliher, CS14A
Apr. 25, 1997
- Acceptable use.
Real life examples:
- ``Condom Country'' link in Other Sites of Interest.
- Cross-dressing link on a home page.
- Link from home page to page of an alumnus. Alumnus' page has
- Disk quotas.
- Student home pages on ``official'' server.
- Is anything from the previous section offensive? To whom?
- What about
- The ``MUD flame'' incident. Retaliation: access denied to entire
Questions: Who is the audience? Who judges? Who decides? Who patrols?
- Account sharing.
- Anonymizers. Hidden identity/responsibility.
- Breaking into systems.
- Sniffing network traffic.
- Browsing others files. Editing.
- Firewalls --- protection vs. access.
- Inadvertent denial of service attacks (mail forwarders).
- Quota circumvention.
- Commercial use.
- Weak passwords and system security.
- Consequences of a compromised account:
- Damage to your files.
- Crimes committed from your account.
- Damage to others' files.
- Damage to the system.
Finally. Something interesting.
Remember: What you publish is visible to the entire world.
Thomas P. Kelliher
Wed Apr 23 14:43:21 EDT 1997