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Learning From Microsoft's Gaffes

   by Inc. Giga Information Group

    01 February, 2001


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Book Description
Microsoft prides itself on helping clients build secure networking infrastructures, but its' recent denial of service (DoS) attack shows us that they themselves haven't done this for their own business. Giga Analyst Rob Enderle estimates that Microsoft's DoS attack not only cost them $500 million, but also shed severe scrutiny on the company. This attack could have been easily prevented with various industry-standard security measures. Purchase this piece of research and learn: What is the impact of the router problem and denial of service (DoS) attack at Microsoft? Why didn't Microsoft have these controls in place? How could this denial of service (Dos) attack affect your external web operations? What lessons can you take away about this attack?

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