Doubleclick - Round 4: Read my mails, oops..., my lips: "we are fixing this mess"
about the Foot & Mouth (plus the mad cow) diseases. At the same time, the mainstream
media strangely keep its mouth shut about a new endemic disease that spread among dotcoms
and start-ups : the multiplication of "development machines totally disconnected from
the production environment".
Another kind of excuses which had been served to the american journalists who fall over the shoulders of DoubleClick. They also claimed to have patched almostt everything. False. DoubleClick has only cured the servers we spoke of. But not the others... And we found something that really looks like a production server completly connected to the production environment...
How many e-mails do you think DoubleClick's people send to each other about all those misconfigured servers and those f***in' journalists who write bad stories about their leading company ? Would you believe that DoubleClick installed a nice webmail server, secured by SSL, a nice and reassuring https connection...? Do you think they really take this for secured ? They do.
A bad guy could possibly download all of the e-mails contents. Among other things. Poor DoubleClick people, my new friends, what have they done to you ?
Development servers, as they say..
PS: it would be nice if they could see this also, if
they have 2 minutes.
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