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Re: routing around the Katrina Network Damage Report
- From: Suresh Ramasubramanian
- Date: Sun Sep 11 22:00:49 2005
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On 12/09/05, firstname.lastname@example.org
> so, not security per se, more authentication...
Authentication, access control, basic remote and local vulnerabltiies,
viruses .. the works
> those things are networkable now... as are these:
> light switches, door locks, keys, skis, toilets,
> stuffed animals, cars, elevators, bras, eye glasses,
> and some currency.
> ... the list goes on and on...
Scary isn't it? Not to sound like a stone age technophobe but some
things just weren't made to be put on a network. I mean, a bra for
god's sake .. unless someone wants to make a Lindsay Lohan + Brittany
Murphy movie on networked bras.
Suresh Ramasubramanian (email@example.com)