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From: patryn at schimmetje.com (patryn)
Subject: Should the industry be expecting a hacker response
 to election results?

Why if *Bush* gets back? And no, we don't really need to know the 
answer. We have enough political nonsense going on already, just 
something to ponder.

Btw: no.

patryn


n3td3v wrote:
> Do you think if bush gets back in that hackers have something ready to
> launch against internet targets?
> 
> Are security firms ready for a major internet incident?
> 
> Are the major dot-coms got staff working late incase something occurs?
> 
> Is this realistic or is my drama filled imagination getting the better of me?
> 
> Personally i'm expecting something, i don't know if it comes in the
> way of a denial of service of some description or a virus outbreak, or
> perhaps a high profile defacement on one of the major dot-coms.
> 
> I think if hackers were holding off an exploit or vulnerability for a
> rainy day or day of high political importance, then the U.S election
> result if it swings in the direction of bush would be the prime time
> to use it.
> 
> Thanks,
> 
> n3td3v
> 
> [ security enthusiast ]
> 
> [ http://www.geocities.com/n3td3v ]
> 
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