How did this cost $5000 is the code didn't even execute???
If they already found the code ( I take it that's how they knew about it) then why were some many agencies brought in to work on it?
Remove the code... done.
Of course mister Duchak sound like a douchebag, but when you sack people in these positions isn't it a good idea to revoke all their network privileges and then escort them out the door right away? Just a thought!
[citation][nom]Shadow703793[/nom]For a second there, I thought some one hacked in to a terrorist data base containing info about their operations lol.[/citation]
Me too! And as I clicked the link, I was thinking, "Charged? Why wasn't he given a reward!?!" Glad we're not that crazy yet.
[citation][nom]ie49589[/nom]Totally agree. Seems like this practice has become common place here at Tom's.[/citation]
Shhh..... they can you now for questioning the powers that be.
Guys deserves a few years behind bars and a deep inquiry into his personal life to make sure there were not hidden motivations behind the attacks.
Not a fan of overreacting to terrorism, but when people break the law and fit the profile, I'd say you volunteered to have your life scrutinized.
Don't they screen stuff like this? I mean, seriously it's National Security, you'd think they'd have a backup database or a tape somewhere with the database on it. $5000 eh? Seems so small, did anything even happen? No... did someone say scapegoat?
[citation][nom]Igot1forya[/nom]Don't they screen stuff like this? I mean, seriously it's National Security, you'd think they'd have a backup database or a tape somewhere with the database on it. $5000 eh? Seems so small, did anything even happen? No... did someone say scapegoat?[/citation]
I think you need to read ALL of a article mainly this part "
and if completed would have caused damage affecting a computer used by the U.S. government in furtherance of national security."
This is what happens when you let someone know their position is going to end. In the real world, you lay someone off, pay them a severance, and escort them out of the building the same day. Letting an employee continue to work after letting them know their position is ending is just begging for actions like this.