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UW attracts speaker on network that could supplant Internet

Larry Peterson, chair of Princeton's computer science department
The Internet may have become a victim of its own success.

In a seminar Tuesday evening held by the University of Wisconsin-Madison's computer science department, a leading Princeton researcher said the commercial Internet is no longer friendly to experimentation.

Malicious programs that choose addresses to attack at random may accidentally choose these unused addresses, which means that monitoring them can give researchers an idea of what worms and viruses are spreading at the moment.

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