"The battle between The SCO Group and the Linux and open-source
communities is apparently taking some innocent bystanders
"Take Centershift, a small startup ASP, based in Salt Lake City,
that provides services to specific real-estate markets such as
self-storage and multi-family residential housing. While
Centershift is completely independent of SCO, it does share
significant infrastructure with SCO as both companies host portions
of their operations from the same hosting facility in Lindon,
"'As neighbors on the Internet and within the same hosting
facility, Centershift has been made to suffer greatly as SCO has
battled with the Linux, Unix and open-source communities. Each DDoS
attack aimed at SCO over the past 4 months has crippled not only
SCO, but Centershift as well,' James Hafen, Centershift's chief
technical officer and senior vice president, told eWEEK in an
e-mail on Wednesday..."
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