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Re: Hackers hit key Internet traffic computers
- From: Alexander Harrowell
- Date: Wed Feb 07 04:44:46 2007
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It was clear from the highly reliable index I call the "Nanogdex" that
nothing was seriously amiss.
Ndex value of 0, i.e. no traffic on-list, means either "all systems
go!" or "outage so serious that Mitre is unreachable. Stockpile
Ndex value of 5, i.e. +/=100 mails/day, means "serious crisis"
A caveat - Ndex 4 is usually "situation normal, members bored and
discussing the relative merits of the Chicago and Kansas City cable