Ethical DDoS drone network
admin at racksecurity.net
Mon Jan 5 02:14:47 UTC 2009
I would say to roll your own binary hardcoded to only hit 1 IP address, and
have it held on a law enforcement approved network under the supervision of
a qualified agent. 0.02
On Sun, Jan 4, 2009 at 8:06 PM, Jeffrey Lyon <jeffrey.lyon at blacklotus.net>wrote:
> Say for instance one wanted to create an "ethical botnet," how would
> this be done in a manner that is legal, non-abusive toward other
> networks, and unquestionably used for legitimate internal security
> purposes? How does your company approach this dilemma?
> Our company for instance has always relied on outside attacks to spot
> check our security and i'm beginning to think there may be a more user
> friendly alternative.
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