A rare poem using Computing (IT) terms (and a good one!):
existing firewall rules
are ineffective to prevent
distributed denial-of-service attack
flooding the heart –
disconnecting communication channel
with the brain
the heart left open,
love virus gets to work
spreading new sensations
which take deep roots,
taking over controls
in a matter of minutes
by the time
incident report is lodged
and root cause analysis
the heart’s assets
have been sieged, and the brain
In computing, a firewall is a network security system that monitors and controls the incoming and ongoing network traffic based on pre-detemined access security rules.
Distributed denial-of-service attack is an attempt to make a machine unavailable to its intended users, e.g. by “flooding” the bandwidth or resources of a targeted system, eventually causing the system to crash.
The trick is slick code to manage
all the if, for, and while statements
in a optimized number of lines.
Pass a list, fix the syntax, import all the variables.
Comment your lines and indent where necessary,
leaving line breaks and whitespace
Poem submitted as part of community poetry prompts at https://www.tweetspeakpoetry.com/