Revealed: The Internet's Biggest Security Hole

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Wed, Aug 27th, 2008 16:43 by capnasty NEWS

''We're not doing anything out of the ordinary,'' Kapela told Wired.com. ''There's no vulnerabilities, no protocol errors, there are no software problems. The problem arises (from) the level of interconnectivity that's needed to maintain this mess, to keep it all working.''

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