Heart Bleed Assaults North Dakota’s Defensive System

A CJ Press Report

 

In a stunning turn of events, The University of North Dakota Hockey team was unable to respond to a systematic attack, which exploited a serious defensive vulnerability during the last few seconds of the Frozen Four Hockey Finals. The security flaw known as the “Heart Bleed Sioux Malware” left the hockey club defenseless during the last few seconds of regulation play.

The Heart Bleed Sioux Malware basically took advantage of a Opensource defensive protection, which is standard for “end to end” game play, and allowed the deposit of a data packet past the crease into the goal.

Union College Hockey administrators are working to update their protection packages.

School officials will be deploying a tool that has the ability to automatically adjust for “flow”. They are hoping that this plug-in will address the issues that caused the rapid breakdown of UND’s defensive capabilities.

While the Heart Bleed Sioux Malware is currently undetectable by current standards and apparently has been in place for a number of years, Union College will be employing a number of defensive “skaters” to counter the threat. The school will have to access a toolkit of updates and patches to guard their net exposure.

As long as major colleges fail to react to the real threat of the Heart Bleed Sioux Malware last second rushes will continue to occur. Even wholesale coaching upgrades might not be enough to stop the abuse, entire protection packages need to be rewritten to avoid a recurrence.

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