The good news here is that although there's "neighbor discovery protocols" that
let you find the other zebras on the subnet, they only work if you're already
riding a zebra in the herd. If you're riding a giraffe or hippo, or a zebra
from another herd, you still can't see the zebras.
Now if we could just do some genetic engineering to cull this mutation
that causes zebras to spontaneously sprout big neon "Ride Me" signs.....
(In other words, yes - we *will* see a shift in tactics from "random scanning"
to "find a vulnerable host on the subnet, and use it to enumerate the other
hosts". I predict that web bugs and spam variants will be the method of choice
for finding that first host.....)