[Snort-users] American laws on compromised server legal respo nsibilities

Dan Hollis goemon at ...20...
Mon Jan 28 14:33:02 EST 2002


On Mon, 28 Jan 2002, Cessna, Michael wrote:
> A thread of this topic was on the firewalls list last summer. After a lot of
> back and forth posting it seems that no one knows. The best topic was that
> of a conviction through negligence, the analogy given was that if you leave
> your car unlocked and the keys in it and someone steals it and commits a
> crime, then since you were negligent in securing your car you were liable in
> part for the crime committed, how much liability you carry was not
> discussed. Try searching the firewalls at ...4705..., I'm pretty sure the
> thread was from last summer.

Legal theories are nice, but is there any case law to back this assertion 
up?

-Dan
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