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    Default Why is networking not enabled at start by default?

    just wondering, does it make the bt much safer to not include start-network & start-sshd by default at start up ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by stock99 View Post
    just wondering, does it make the bt much safer to not include start-network & start-sshd by default at start up ?
    The safety that you are thinking of is not the same as what the dev's had in mind when creating BT the way they did.
    Computer Forensics, is part of the reason.
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