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From Andy Armstrong <a...@hexten.net>
Subject Re: DOS kind of Attack to your RAM?
Date Thu, 17 Mar 2005 08:13:57 GMT
On 17 Mar 2005, at 04:31, John Smith wrote:
> I know this is not exactly a Java/TC question, but that could happen 
> to any
> machine in a DMZ.

It's not even vaguely a Java/TC question.

> Today as I showcased some app to my clients there was an incident of 
> clients
> entering data that is not saved.
>
> It apparently happens in some cases, all data kept in sessions I keep 
> in a
> memory HSQL table only when a user is done I save the data on the back 
> end
> tables
>
> But apparently they corrupted the in memory data somehow

Who did? What evidence is there that you were attacked? In what sense 
is it a DOS attack? What does it have to do with Jakarta?

> How do these m*th$r f&ck!rs do that (any links?) and how can you avoid 
> it?

You haven't really said what 'they' have done.

-- 
Andy Armstrong, hexten.net


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