On 25 Oct 2006 08:04:40 -0700, "Roy Schestowitz"
> Florida man charged in botnet attack on Akamai
> ,----[ Quote ]
> | A federal court in Boston on Tuesday heard charges
> | that 32-year-old John Bombard of Seminole used a
> | variant of the Gaobot e-mail worm to turn
> | computers--including systems at two universities
> | whose names have not been disclosed--into an arsenal
> | of "zombies" or "bots" that he could control
> | remotely.
> | [...]
> | This distributed denial-of-service attack,
> | launched June 15, 2004, rendered many of Akamai's
> | clients' Web sites temporarily inaccessible,
> | according to the charges.
> Let's believe that someone will fight fire with fire...
> Any time such incidents arise, a finger should be pointed at the
> culprits (or "criminals"). Upgrading to Linux is not an option, it's a
> personal obligation.
It should be a personal obligation to attack Akamai / AkamaiNet
by any means possible or any OS available.