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Web Site Responsibility, we'll help!
From: <sans8732 () hushmail com>
Date: Wed, 21 Jul 2004 23:06:43 -0700
"From a consumer perspective, you'd like to see a Better Business
Bureau of the Internet where you can go find who has the best
security, but we're just not there yet," says Marcus Sachs, Director
of the Internet Storm Center of the SANS Institute. The compromised
websites -- which he says included a number of well known sites but
not, as rumored, biggies like eBay -- really aren't in a position to
identify themselves. "Culturally that's just not acceptable behavior
right now, and it would put the website at a great competitive
disadvantage. And it could expose the Internet to something akin to
the malpractice lawsuits you see in the medical field, and that could
Well known sites aren't in a position to identify themselves
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- Web Site Responsibility, we'll help! sans8732 (Jul 22)