The Backhoe: A Real Cyberthreat?

  It seems a terrorist would benefit from obtaining fiber map
information from the source, rather than googling for outages, and
trying to find needles in haystacks. How well are the internal

If they have the skill to immobilize communications it's likely
they don't need the map.

We have better things to protect and better ways to protect them.

Did we start removing carrier hotel address from NANOG archives
yet? They're all in there.