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#This week Jack goes barking mad about "Active Defense", "Hacking Back", and Related Stupidity.
##[ This article says the Yahoo breach proves that we should "act preemptively" to combat breaches.] Yeah, at a company that ignores its security team that will work very well.
##[ Here's a PDF on the ethics of hacking back] which takes the position that all active defense is "hacking back" and misses the mark in several other ways. BUT, there are a few decent thoughts hidding hiding in the derp.
##[ An older PDF of a policy brief on "Active Cyber Defense"] which is pretty decent, in spite of using the phrase "CEZ, Cyber Engagement Zone".
##[ A short 2004 article (PDF) from Jennifer Granick on "strike back"] which shows just how far we have not come in addressing this in any meaningful way.


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