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The smart way to read the New York Times report on the latest Domain Name System vulnerability — "A rush to patch the Web" — is to start from the end and read backwards. That way, Bruce Schneier opens with the statement that there's no reason to worry. In layman's math, the odds that you'll be redirected to another site by a hacker are extremely low, and the worst that can happen to you is you'll fall for a fake site that prompts for your credit card number. You'll next notice the Times couldn't find anyone who'd been bitten by the bug. But keep reading, because the rest of the article is a huge media opportunity for security famewhore Dan Kaminsky. Actual quote: “I play this game to protect people."