In the years to come, there will most assuredly be books and oral histories written about what happened in Florida, the sheer folly of leaving remote access open with so little focus on security. But it should not be a knock on remote access, which was a super-novel concept back in the mid-’80s and is still pretty awesome today as it has improved along with GUIs and network access.
Really, it’s a knock on the fact that, all these years later, we suck at security when we should be good at it.
Ernie, here I was thinking that email was our biggest point of concern, clearly remote desktop access is up there too. Maybe this explain why Apple make you complete so many steps to connect?