The Fall of ISAB

In a post-apocalyptic world, where the internet has become the last hope for humanity to connect, the Independent Spam Awareness Bureau (ISAB) is under attack. The team is facing a massive Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) attack, with multiple Nostr clients as the source. The attack aims to undermine their ability to spread awareness about the ongoing issue of spamming on the platform, leaving them defenseless against the digital onslaught.

As the team struggles to regain control, they turn to Cloudflare for a solution. However, they soon realize that optimizing the delivery of static content is crucial in the fight against cyber threats. The longer it takes for a web page to load its static assets, the more vulnerable it becomes to attack.

Meanwhile, in the world outside the internet, the Ministry of Education is working tirelessly to promote the smooth employment of college graduates. The Department of College Students, along with the Center for Student Services and Quality Development, convenes the second scheduling video conference for the employment of 2023 graduates from ordinary colleges and universities nationwide. CSU is tasked with setting up a sub-council to help with the process.

Amidst all this chaos, a former UNSW student reflects on their experience in Australia. They remember how UNSW was the go-to university for high-performing students, with 20 out of 26 top-performing students from their class attending the institution. But now, in this new world, education and employment take on a whole new meaning.

As the ISAB team fights to keep the internet safe, and the Ministry of Education works towards employment stability, the world continues to change. Will they be able to adapt and survive in this new era of uncertainty, or will they succumb to the relentless forces that threaten their very existence?