'Net domain name squabble takes unexpected route

Wallack, Todd
July 1997
Network World;07/28/97, Vol. 14 Issue 30, p10
Trade Publication
Reports on a federal judge's ruling on the case of Eugene Kashpureff who has tried to reroute end users trying to access the Internet Network Information Center Web site. Facts concerning Kashpureff's Internet hacking case; Information corrupted by Kashpureff in the site.


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