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From: exibar at (Exibar)
Subject: DOS all platforms

I agree, it really does sound like a HOAX to me and those I gave the link

  With all the time that has passed since he "notified" everyone, It is just
too "hoax like" that there hasn't been a formal announcement from at least
one of those guys about this.

  Causing Physical damage to equipment????  Good luck....  although way back
when there was a program that would set the refresh rate on your monitor
very very high and it could cause the monitor to die....  Doesn't happen
anymore though :-)


----- Original Message ----- 
From: "hicks" <>
To: "Chris Brown" <>; <>
Sent: Wednesday, January 21, 2004 7:38 PM
Subject: Re: [Full-Disclosure] DOS all platforms

> I have read and posted to his site, he claims that the CERT only
> acknowledges that its a UDP flood and are not concerned with it.  He also
> claims that it does physical damage to hardware on devices and that some
> need a reisntall of OS and a firmware upgrade.  There is no *REAL*
> information here.  I Consider it a HOAX and will treat it as such.  And he
> doesnt care what anyone thinks.  Oh well, someone else can try and talk to
> him :/
> Would make me busy though , or not guess
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