Tuesday, March 18, 2008

Mass hack compromises 200,000 websites

From iTnews:

Hot on the heels of a recent hack in which 10,000 sites were compromised, researchers have disclosed a new large-scale attack.

Researchers at McAfee estimated that the attack has been active for roughly one week, and in that time frame has managed to place itself on roughly 200,000 web pages.

Screw this, let's start our own Internet. Leave the old one so that the phishers can phish the hackers who hack the spammers that spam the porn fans who send chain letters and buy knock-off Viagra.

via Slashdot

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