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Originally Posted by Mjolnir View Post
Another sony article. The eye opening thing was not the sony information, that's nothing new. The interesting thing is how often companies don't even bother to inform us. Yikes.

80% of us electricity providers have been batched?
That statistic is according to McAfee Inc, which has a vested interest in releasing that statistic. I do not believe that statistic one bit, lets investigate shall we;

http://www.businesswire.com/news/hom...e-Cyberattacks

"Survey of 200 IT security executives from critical electricity infrastructure enterprises in 14 countries."

"Eighty percent of respondents have faced a large-scale denial of service attack (DDoS)"

So somehow 80% of companies claiming to be DDoS'd turned in to "Sony is not at fault because 80% of companies get hacked just like Sonydid, but they keep it a secret, so really Sony is the good guy because they were honest"
Edited by CorkyFan - 5/2/11 at 10:59am
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So somehow 80% of companies claiming to be DDoS'd turned in to "Sony is not at fault because 80% of companies get hacked just like Sonydid, but they keep it a secret, so really Sony is the good guy because they were honest"
No, I'm pretty sure you're the only person that has said anything like that in either the article or this thread.
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Originally Posted by Paradox me View Post
No, I'm pretty sure you're the only person that has said anything like that in either the article or this thread.
Actually both the article and this thread said that. Good try though.
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Actually both the article and this thread said that. Good try though.
bust out some text will ya, cause I'm not seeing it.
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