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Re: GoDaddy DDoS

  • From: Sam Crooks
  • Date: Thu Dec 01 12:34:32 2005
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So anyway, back to the original post.... does anyone from GoDaddy have
any information regarding the DDoS?


On 12/1/05, <> wrote:
> On Thu, 01 Dec 2005 01:47:17 PST, Jay Hennigan said:
> > Has the validity of such language ever been upheld in court?
> IANAL - but apparently the use of it on *some* faxes has stood up in court,
> it hasn't been tested on e-mail yet, but a number of people who have written
> on it think that the indiscriminate use of disclaimers will backfire badly
> if the opposing legal staff can show the company can't tell the difference
> between an e-mail discussing strategy for an upcoming trial and a request
> for help with BGP. URLs I found the last time I researched this:
> > Nobody reads it anyway.  You're not actually reading this, are you?
> > I didn't think so.
> I love the ones that put "please discard without reading" at the *bottom* of
> the e-mail.  Bonus points for having a single unwrapped 3,487 character long
> line so standard-compliant MUAs that don't flow text unless it *says* text/flowed,
> so you have to use the horizontal scrollbar to find the "please discard without
> reading" ;)
> ObNANOG: The ones that claim you are *required* to destroy *all* copies,
> including the unlinked-but-not-yet-overwritten data blocks on that RAID
> you use for a mail store, and the backup tapes.  I mean, after all, if they
> screwed up and they want it *destroyed*, they don't want it *destroyed* in the
> half-assed, just-get-the-disk-copy way that eventually helped convict
> Colonel Oliver North partly on the basis of the backup tapes:
> Figuring out how to do this right, and then invoice the responsible company for the
> cost, thus creating a profit center for your company, is left as an excersize
> for the reader. ;)

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