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18 Feb 2012
This, uh, fell off a truck. I cannot vouch for its authenticity.
> Who wants to answer this one?
Oh, what the heck, tell him about it.::---- snip ----
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07 Feb 2012
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02 Feb 2012
The trade press is abuzz today with reports about a security breach at Verisign. While a security breach at the company that runs .COM, .NET, and does the mechanical parts of managing the DNS root is interesting, this shouldn't be news, at least, not now.Since Verisign is a public company, they file a financial report called a 10-Q with the SEC every quarter. According to the SEC's web site, Verisign filed their 10-Q for June through September 2011 on October 28th. where it's been available to the public ever since.
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