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Source: Dancho Danchev - Posted by Benjamin D. Thomas   
Security Among the most popular stereotypes related to Cyberterrorism, is that of terrorists shutting down the Internet, or to put it in another way, denying access to the desperse and decentralized Internet infrastructure by attacking the Internet's root servers the way it happened back in 2002 -- knowing Slashdot's IP in such a situation will come as a handy nerd's habit for sure. Outages like these would eventually result in a butterfly effect, such as direct monetary losses and confidence in the today's E-commerce world.

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Name is wrong!!!Written by never_mind on 2006-04-16 03:47:02
Please edit the name of the Source!!! It's Dancho Danchev!!!
Written by JAn on 2006-04-17 11:21:32
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