Monday, October 2, 2006

Hot or not?

One rule of thumb: Terrorist attacks succeed because attack occurs where we don't expect it, either at a weak spot in a defense or some place where we don't believe that it would ever happen.

So now I'm torn. Is ZDNet's article on suicide hackers completely silly because the attack is so far-fetched (the attacker doesn't get matyrdom because he doesn't die) or is it likely to occur and succedd for the same reasoning?