RE: Internet vulnerabilities

Sean Donelan wrote:
> Disrupting the Internet is a matter of scale and time.

Quick show of hands. How many of you recently-laid-off engineers have automated router-pampering scripts still running on your old workstations, which nobody at your ex-employer knows about? How many of you still have enable? Therein lies the real danger.

Frank "Mr. Wiggles" Rizzo

Sean made some good points: the +6hr disruption is a far reach without
serious physical damage.--Nearly as good a point as Eric's hallarious

Disgruntled employees, script kiddies, and all but the most diabolical
hate-group are only going to cost a moderate amount of cash in SLA
violations, a little theft and fraud, delayed or diminished revenues, and
excessive bandwidth consumption. We play Cops & Robbers, and get paid to do

Hmmm, I think I'm talking myself into going to the bar....

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