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Looking Back on Slammer

forged (206127) writes | more than 11 years ago

The Internet 2

Wired published a nice retrospective on the Slammer worm, and as promised show the code.Wired published a nice retrospective on the Slammer worm, and as promised show the code.

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Read it.... (1)

FirstNoel (113932) | more than 11 years ago | (#6160871)

Interesting story.

It could be kind of cool to be sitting on top of the net watching this thing spread. It would be a bitch to have to try to stop it.

Sean D.

Re:Read it.... (1)

forged (206127) | more than 11 years ago | (#6160952)

This story actually made me want to go work for Akamai in their NOC. This sounds like a pretty good place to be :-D
I should consider sending a resume, just for the sake of trying ....;)
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