DoS Attackers Spoof to Hide Footprints

    Date10 Feb 2000
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    Posted ByAnthony Pell
    "The hackers who have managed to temporarily paralyse major websites this week used a technique known as "spoofing'', which allows them to commandeer other people's computers to stage massive assaults, US federal investigators said today." . . . "The hackers who have managed to temporarily paralyse major websites this week used a technique known as "spoofing'', which allows them to commandeer other people's computers to stage massive assaults, US federal investigators said today."
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