The only good thing that I see is that it might be a chance for some security consultants to have a talk to them.
An example:One of the most dangerous worms on the Web today is called Back Orifice, which has been wreaking havoc on personal computer systems for more than a year now.
AFAIK Back Orifice is not a worm!
and equally priceless: People who are using popular Internet services such as Napster and ICQ, which promote the sharing of files among an online community, are the easiest targets..... "If you lie down with dogs you are going to get up with fleas,"
With all the wrong busswords used, one wonders if this is some FUD sent in to discourage them from finaly covering the OLS this year.
They managed to only write one rather bizzare article about alan after the first one, and almost no coverage after the second one.
Speaking about OLS, I have put in my leave slip, and I am looking forward to spending a few days with some bright people (at least brighter than some that I work with) for a change. I am somewhat tempted to try to see if I can get an affordable (ie P133) laptop to take with me, although I am not likly to be satified with any that I can afford.