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Re: Sprint Mailbombing Update 3PM EST
- From: JDF
- Date: Sun Jan 05 12:14:22 1997
On Sat, 4 Jan 1997, Randy Bush wrote:
> Well, it's not really an Ops problem. Ops folk worry about packets and
> stuff like that, not social and legal issues such as this. Within
> organizations such as Sprint, they're usually not empowered to take the
> kinds of actions you want.
I hate to continue this argument (perhaps we should all move it
over to firstname.lastname@example.org, which is a good place for real admin types
to discuss these types of issues), but I have to disagree -- just as with
a standard pingflood, the intent is irrelevant, the flood must be stopped.
A very good case could be made that isp-inter.net is slowly packetflooding
world.std.com on port 25.
J.D. Falk, System Administrator <email@example.com>
CAIS Internet <firstname.lastname@example.org>
McLean, Virginia, USA 1-888-CAIS-NOC
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