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Thu Dec 2 19:40:09 PST 2010
These are certainly concerns guys, I agree, but they're outliers in
the extreme. Over 99% of the organizations facing these issues, the
ones perhaps reading this list, are nothing like WikiLeaks, and
they're nothing like counterfeiters. I'm not negating the precarious
state of DNS or of the vulnerability of companies to state actions,
but I think to overemphasize those threats is doing a huge disservice
to most organizations actually facing DDoS attacks.
On Fri, Dec 3, 2010 at 3:25 PM, <liberationtech at lewman.us> wrote:
> On Thu, Dec 02, 2010 at 10:29:21AM -0800, chris at eff.org wrote 2.4K bytes in 53 lines about:
> : Well, recall that my advice hinged on the assumption that the cloud
> : provider was not your threat actor. Maybe that's not looking like too
> Going one level higher in the nested stack of things to worry about:
> your top level domain being taken away.
> As the USA (ICE take down of some .com domains) and Libya (take down of
> bit.ly) have recently reminded us, your domain name may not be safe
> pgp key: 0x74ED336B
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