January 17. Tsutomu hears from Tom Longstaff, of CERT, that there have been more IP-spoofing breakins. Frustrated by his inability to convince computer security officials to publicize the security flaws in the Internet, he calls John Markoff, a New York Times reporter, and tells him about the attack.
SDSC receives email from University of Rochester about break-ins.
January 19. Marty Stansell-Gam calls to say that the FBI will be contacting Tsutomu.
January 20. Richard Ress, FBI, calls Tsutomu. Andrew describes the situation to Levord Burns. Markoff agrees with CERT to postpone publication of the story until Monday.