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Re: RE: Need Horror Stories
From: rah.wollongong () yahoo com
Date: 2 Jun 2008 15:11:14 -0000
I think more likely putting together very high profile attacks, and a packet explaining the implications that go with
may do more to sway them than anything else. There have been plenty of instances. If you run SQL servers, hop on google
with them and search for well documented attack injections via googling, and show them what [i]may[/i] happen. Detail
how this could lead to further damage, not only to your organizations data but more importantly to it's reputation.
Most non-profits have a rapport they have built up in trying to help or accomplish that goal. It would take one hit to
blemish something so many have devoted so much time, effort, money, and love into . Highlight those aspects and your
point may just be made. Treat em like they are from Missouri and "Show them".
- Re: RE: Need Horror Stories rah . wollongong (Jun 02)