More examples of SCO's stunning competence
From: Joe Dunning (joe_at_blahblah.invalid)
Date: Thu, 30 Oct 2003 20:37:09 GMT
Many people in this newsgroup have commented that SCO's management have
been stupid about the way the IP issues have been handled.
I showed last week how SCO' IT department had failed to perform a
basic security measure when configuring SCO's nameservers (it's since
Now, let's look at marketing. If you want to establish a brand name,
it's ususal to register the appropriate domain name, just as a
defensive measure. So, let's look at some of the SCO's names:
41035 Yokohl Dr
Springville, California 93265
Registered through: GoDaddy.com
Domain Name: UNIXWARE.COM
Created on: 27-May-98
Expires on: 26-May-04
Last Updated on: 27-Aug-03
Clearly, not owned by SCO!
Domain name: OPENSERVER.COM
Superkay Worldwide, Inc. Hostmaster email@example.com
PO Box 1027
Seoul, NA 110-610
Again, not SCO. There seems to be some kind of search engine there.
Domains by Proxy, Inc.
15111 N Hayden Rd., Suite 160
Scottsdale, Arizona 85260
Well, since it is a proxy registration, can't tell immediately. However,
if you look at the website:
http://www.scosource.com it's clearly not owned by SCO.
There you have it.