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On Sun, 03 Aug 2008 22:36:09 BST, n3td3v said:
> He has no excuse for what happened, he is a global international
> hacker leading the release of the exploit code, its his entire
> responsibility to make sure his company is secure, even if the servers
> that were vulnerable were owned by AT&T.
And how, *exactly*, is he supposed to fix servers that aren't under his administrative control?
Tell you what - the next time that the company that you get Internet access from has an issue, why don't you go ahead and fix it for them, and let us know how that all works out, 'kay?