Design for Evil: How Hackers Can Take Spoofing to the Next Level
Hyun Kyu Seo

Interesting thesis. I have no doubt that with better design, hackers of all types could improve their yield using a variety of spoofing attacks. I think the reason bad design persists is simply a cost benefit trade off. Good design, even good mimicry takes time and effort and the bad design still makes plenty of money.

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