Who's been looking at your data?

Butler, Declan
August 2002
Nature;8/8/2002, Vol. 418 Issue 6898, p580
Academic Journal
Reports on the breach of academic computer security in the U.S. Web sites that were hit by distributed denial-of-service attacks launched from computers in schools; Threat posed by cyber-terrorists; Security measures used by researchers to protect the people and homes.


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