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Re: AS 8437 announced a quarter of the net for half of an hour
On Tue, 15 Aug 2006 Valdis.Kletnieks@xxxxxx wrote: > On Mon, 14 Aug 2006 22:56:58 EDT, Richard A Steenbergen said: > > > And may there be a special circle of hell reserved for the weenies who do > > stupid unnecessary shit that breaks more than it fixes in the name of > > security. :) > > Anybody announced 127/8 lately? Did anybody actually notice/care? :) > Indeed, it seems like human error. 1. To state the obvious, human error on the Internet can cause a catastrophe. It's not really "secure". 2. Why assume human error? I always ask "why assume malice?", that does not deny us the posibility of the oposite. It sure would be interesting to see what traffic unallocated space gets beyond some dark matter that floats into honey nets of sorts here and there. Gadi.