Agreed, Winston Churchill had it right. William Tecumseh Sherman had it right. Destroy every bit of the enemy infrastructure and they wont have anything to wage war with.
All these replies, so many people will never be the Boshy.
Just a brief outline but, this is what I would start to work with (mostly intel):
1. Define Targets. (Names/Emails/Sites/Etc)
2. Define Targets Infrastructure.
3. Define Allies (Partnerships) (Names/Emails/Sites/Etc)
4. Define Allies Targets and Infrastructure.
5. Find Weak points in Logistics and Infrastructure.
6. Plan Attacks Types against Weak points.
7. Time Attacks to Occur at Same time.
I know I am forgetting some points and I am sure it can be added. DDoS will eventually go away.
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Does this Mean XP 64Bit Edition.
If so I am going to be pissed. There is not SP3 even yet for 64Bit XP.
Sure some of you may hate it, But I has it's uses for Certian Software.
Oh, and FYI: Global warming is a myth, hydrogen doesn't burn, Polywell or Focus Fusion is the future of fusion, the Big Bang didn't occur, and John Doe from Podunk, Illinois has just discovered something in his garage which overturns Dominant Paradigm X.
Reminds me of a John Doe who went head to head with Stephen Hawking http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Leonard_Susskind http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Susskind-Hawking_battle
Don't go knocking my typewriter
It's Electric, and has wonderful BNC connector
for network access. IBM, you did good.
Keyboards, how do they work?
This does not bode well for VMware.
As much as I love their production,
I did chuckle at this major failure.
ICANN haz Black Hat?
Sir, If I had mod points, you would of had some of them.
If Microsoft lasts as long it could be with us for billions and billions of years (lol).
God I wish there was a +1 Scary moderator option.
You do realise there are such things as private clouds and hybrids. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GpN_huYbXUo
Or are you just feeding the Trolls?
Real Users never know what they want, but they always know when your program doesn't deliver it.