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Re: Ethical DDoS drone network
From: macbroadcast <marc () let de>
Date: Mon, 5 Jan 2009 03:25:44 +0100


Am 05.01.2009 um 03:06 schrieb Jeffrey Lyon:

Say for instance one wanted to create an "ethical botnet," how would
this be done in a manner that is legal, non-abusive toward other
networks, and unquestionably used for legitimate internal security
purposes? How does your company approach this dilemma?

Our company for instance has always relied on outside attacks to spot
check our security and i'm beginning to think there may be a more user
friendly alternative.

Thoughts?

hello, ,


http://mirror.informatik.uni-mannheim.de/pub/ccc/streamdump/saal3/Tag3-Saal3-Slot15%3a30--ID3000-hacking_into_botnets-Main-2008-12-29T15%3a30%3a04%2b0100.ogm

and

http://mirror.informatik.uni-mannheim.de/pub/ccc/streamdump/saal3/Tag3-Saal3-Slot16%3a45--ID3000-hacking_into_botnets-Pause-2008-12-29T18%3a30%3a01%2b0100.ogm


have fun!!!


Marc

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