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Re: What if it doesn't affect the ISP? (was Re: What do you want your
From: bmanning () karoshi com
Date: Sat, 30 Aug 2003 13:08:14 -0700 (PDT)


Bits are bits, very few of them actually impact the ISP itself. Most

        Lies!  all the bits that pass through the ISP impact
        the ISP.  Generally in the fiscal arena. More bits == More cash.
        
Or some major ISPs seem to have the practice of letting the infected
computers continuing attacking as long as it doesn't hurt their
network.

        Or for fiscal reasons... 

-- bill (being cynical in WDC)


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