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'CAIDA Released Code-Red Worm Post Mortem' | Login/Create an Account | Top | 270 comments | Search Discussion
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Re:I see a nice research paper in this (Score:1)
by 348 (threeforeight@hotmail.com) on Wednesday July 25, @09:41AM EST (#110)
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Nice post. At least someone did a little homework.

Regards.

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than any one place on the net. Racedot.org

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<<Re:I see a nice research paper in this by 348 (Score:1) | Re:I see a nice research paper in this by 348 (Score:1)
Re:I see a nice research paper in this (Score:3, Insightful)
by phil reed (phillipcreed@yahoo.com) on Wednesday July 25, @10:22AM EST (#139)
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I don't know what bothers me worse: The fact that the authors of the paper listed here think they've discovered some great fundamental truth, or some slashdot readers think in such narrow tracks. It's no great secret that IBM Research exists, or that they spend a great deal of money, time, and expertise working on issues that we run into all the time. 5 minutes with Google could have easily uncovered it.

I posted to BugTraq that the published curves for Code Red infection rates looked very much like traditional biological infection rates, and was soundly rebuked in emails by people who obviously knew better, except they didn't.

"Those who forget the past are condemned to repeat it." -- Santayanna


...phil
"For a list of the ways which technology has failed to improve our quality of life, press 3."

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