Still, I think this new kind of denial of service is bad enough that
we shouldn't allow this to happen, even though other denial of
service attacks are also possible today. Hopefully we'll be able to
do something about that in the future.
Just because there are DoS possibilities that we do not yet know
about, does not mean that we should not fix the ones that we do know
about, and also know how to fix.
What is your point?
The current situation is that there are DoS possibilities that we
(I, at least) already know about.