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From: ggilliss at (Gregory A. Gilliss)
Subject: Core Internet Vulnerable - News at 11:00

Anyone remember about five years ago (May 1998) the guys from the L0pht
crew got to go up to Capital Hill? Their (in)famous sound bite was that
they could (paraphrased) "take down the Internet in 30 minutes". Well,
fast forward to 2003 and now everyone knows how they could have done it.

Hi Mudge - quit laughing, dammit ;-)


On or about 2004.04.20 10:28:16 +0000, Crist J. Clark ( said:

> Does anyone know WTF they are trying to say in this AP article,
> "Core Internet Technology Is Vulnerable,"


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