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Thread: I blame Obama!

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    Wink I blame Obama!,22/

    "Should Zone-H continue mirroring defacements?"
    1185 | 78.4% | No, it's useless
    330 | 21.6% | Yes, it's useful

    The guys who spam is the resposable for the 1000 fakes votes
    Originally only nineteen people voted no. I just wish they would admit they're nothing but a social networking site for skiddiots.

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    Senior Member isildur's Avatar
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    I reject and repudiate your remarks. This is obvious racial code talk.
    Only trust Pipe-smoking Penguins.

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    Priapistic Monk KorpDeath's Avatar
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    And it's a conspiracy, I tell ya!!! pfft!!
    Mankind have a great aversion to intellectual labor; but even supposing knowledge to be easily attainable, more people would be content to be ignorant than would take even a little trouble to acquire it.
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    Master-Jedi-Pimps0r & Moderator thehorse13's Avatar
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    Actually there is value in the defacement reports. You can clearly see, by patterns, where organizations are failing to secure their internet facing web apps.

    Our scars have the power to remind us that our past was real. -- Hannibal Lecter.
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    Thirty six more votes for no and it'll say 1337. Haha!

    What good is this information to someone who'll only get defaced twice by the same exploit (and not even care about it.) And even more to the point, statistics are useless esspecially when the information is trivial and unsurprising.

    Even if they did shutdown and defacements dropped even to a minor extent... wouldn't it still be a worthy trade-off?

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    Senior Member nihil's Avatar
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    I blame The-Spec

    Obama got the x286 chip out of his garbage,...................

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    1- the Poll results are showing the opposite sentiment expressed by the comments left by our readers to that news. We surely have some dude who is playing with a voting botnet Votes will be checked and purged frequently, so don't bother flooding the poll with fake votes, for whichever of the two options. We will pay much more attention to the comments left by the readers, as you see we are publishing both positive and negative comments. Believe us, taking a vacation is a very good option for our health...

    2- the results of the statistics and the comments on Slashdot are the clear demonstration that people STILL don't understand that given the vast majority of intrusions being performed at application level, it's pointless whether the attacked server was running windows or linux and apache instead of IIS.

    Update : Mon, March 17 - 8:24 PM - We purged 1115 voted casted by a single smart-ass...
    This article brings warmth to my cold, cold heart.


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