Thursday, July 24, 2008

Childs Rigged 'Crazyquilt' Private Network

Richard Koman writes on ZDNet Government:

The prosecution unveiled more details on the lunacy in San Francisco in court filings that urged the judge to keep rogue network administrator Terry Childs’ bail at $5 million. The Chronicle reports that prosecutors say that Childs had over 1,000 modems secreted around the city, forming his own private network of access points only he could use.

Not only that but those codes he personally gave the mayor? It was first reported that the password didn’t work as advertised and that when Mayor Newsom called back, Childs’ lawyer said there were some additional “protocols” needed to use it.

More here.


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