Security Through Obscurity?
This my first ever post and I feel it’s a pertinent one to mention.
What is it and why is it bad?
Security through obscurity can be said to be bad because it often implies that the obscurity is being used as the principal means of security. Obscurity is fine until it is discovered, but once someone has worked out your particular obscurity, then your system is vulnerable again. [source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Security_through_obscurity]
Security is an often overlooked topic in organizations. I’ve heard many different arguments for why things were configured a certain way. Once thing that stands is security through obscurity should never be overlooked. Things are always secure, until they’re not. You should never expose something publicly that is not meant to be exposed publicly.