Re: Disable ZeroConf: how to ?
On Fri, 2011-03-04 at 12:24 +0100, Wouter Verhelst wrote:
> If you're unfamiliar with computers, on the other hand, chances that
> you'll be able to figure out how to enable convenience services are
> slim, at best. Since home users typically use computers in a desktop
> environment, I therefore think it's perfectly okay to have the default
> desktop installation enable such convenience services.
Note that if you're unfamiliar with computers, it's helpful to be able
to trust the default install to “do the right thing” too wrt. security.
Even if “home user” might not have security concerns as high as
“business users”, I think they'd prefer their private stuff to stay
private, wether it's their family pictures, their bank account stuff, or
something else. It applies to various other threats too.