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    Internet killer app: crime

    Looks like those hiding in the shadows have found a killer app for the internet: racketeering. Give me the cash, or else. In this case, or else is a distributed denial of service attack, as told in the Financial times (via Slashdot) and Yahoo news.
    Looks like you can run, but you can't hide. What about shutting down the internet in its present form and opening it again only to those with a good behavior certificate?

    2003-11-13 17:55 | 0 Comment(s) | Filed in

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