You can’t hide anymore behind security obscurity. You can’t assume you aren’t a target. It’s just too easy for some of these folks to break in, so they will. But the good news is with some decisive action and a little work you won’t be the path of least resistance. There are plenty of other ostriches being disintermediated as we speak, which should keep the bad guys busy for a little while. A very little while, so get to work.
This could be quite useful:
Two years after Rapid7 acquired the Metasploit Project, the company has rolled out a free and more user-friendly version of the open-source tool that is aimed at less technical users.
The new Metasploit Community Edition is a combination of the popular open-source Metasploit Framework and a basic version of the user interface of Rapid7’s Metasploit Pro commercial product.