Jack and Dave were colleagues. It was Jack¶sidea to come up with an e-business company.However, conflicts in ideas saw them splitapart. Now, Dave heads a Venture-Capitalfunded e-business start-up company. Jack feltcheated and wanted to strike back at Dave¶scompany.He knew that due to intense pressure to getto market quickly, these start-ups often buildtheir infrastructures too fast to give security thethought it deserves.
Do you think that Jack is correct in hisassumption? What information does Jack need to launchan attack on Dave¶s company?Can Jack map the entire network of thecompany without being traced back?