John McAfee: Massive DDoS attack on the internet was from smartphone botnet on popular app
brunner at nic-naa.net
Mon Dec 14 03:06:11 UTC 2015
If the system of interest consists of a non-trivial number of carrier
edge devices, then a non-random distribution of source addresses is
certain. (para 1, tech).
The armed organization referred to as "Isis" is described[1,2] in some
detail, in the first as having sophisticated digital marketing
experience and resources, and in the second as having a functional
administrative within its internal structures. One, or both, are
sufficient to de-corollate that organization and "unsophisticated"
means. (para 1, cont.)
And as Jim Shankland points out, only spoofing can randomize
(yes, an odd journal of record, but life is odd, not even)
On 12/11/15 10:18 PM, Jay Ashworth wrote:
> Is McAfee just talking to dry his teeth here? This isn't actually practical, is it? Carriers would notice, right?
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