Talk:Attack (computing)

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WikiProject Computing (Rated C-class, Mid-importance)
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Reassessment Comments[edit]

To move the article from C-class to B-class I would consider the follow at a minimum:

  1. incorporate as many of the "see also" items into the article as would be logical; don't just shove them in anywhere.
  2. consider adding other sections about Attacks including famous attacks, how to prevent attacks, the business market that grew into existence because of attacks, etc.
  3. consider including more sources or increase inline references to some of the currently unsourced comments and paragraphs.

§ Music Sorter § (talk) 07:18, 17 November 2010 (UTC)