> Fact is that it takes a lot less brilliance to take a sequence that is known
> to work and report it than it does to create the sequence in the first place.
> So while the released version is humongous and usable only by a sysadmin with
> cycles to burn, the next version won't be. Not a question of "If" just "When".
I am wondering when the next *automated* attack, of a worm form, will take
place. I have often wondered why a Morris type worm has not been seen since.
With full packages like SATAN and ISS out there, what is to stop it? What
have we learned from the Morris incident to contain such a beast?
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