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DOS attack on SCO

© August 2003 Tony Lawrence

Mon Aug 25 13:23:55 GMT 2003 DOS attack on SCO

I suppose the only wonder about this is that they didn't do it sooner. Someone has apparently mounted a DOS (Denial of Service) attack on SCO's servers.

Responsible members of the Linux community have decried these attacks as foolish and potentially damaging to Open Source. See Eric S. Raymond's response here.

Strangely, Slashdot had nothing about it this morning, though it is early yet.

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