Worst Write-up?

Can't blame this on the date, as it was posted days ago. This publication would like you to know that "the attacks were focused on a company called Spamhaus, which maintains a "domain name system" to connect a typed-in URL to the correct server hosting the appropriate content."

Uh, what? You probably shouldn't be allowed to write any more stories covering tech until you learn what a spam filter is, what a DNSBL is, and even what DNS is.

1 comment:

  1. What do you expect from Business Insider? They barely qualify as a news aggregator, let alone a credible source of news origination.

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