[BNM] mass hack

Richard Amos richard at altmusic.net
Fri Jun 25 15:39:46 BST 2004


M$ fankid

-----Original Message-----
From: bnmlist-bounces at brightonnewmedia.org
[mailto:bnmlist-bounces at brightonnewmedia.org] On Behalf Of Oliver
Marshall
Sent: 25 June 2004 14:27
To: Brighton New Media
Subject: RE: [BNM] mass hack


Oh yes, two more really informative articles, followed by some really
informative reader comments.

Now, if only installing Mozilla could get rid of Bush and WMDs.
 

-----Original Message-----
From: bnmlist-bounces at brightonnewmedia.org
[mailto:bnmlist-bounces at brightonnewmedia.org] On Behalf Of Iestyn Lloyd
Sent: 25 June 2004 14:28
To: Brighton New Media
Subject: Re: [BNM] mass hack

Oliver Marshall wrote:

>Surely a wind up. A flaw in IE that does "something" though no one
>knows how, or why, or when it will really happen, and is only targetted

>by hacked servers, again hacking somehow for someone doing something.
>
>Another GREAAAT story by The Register
>  
>
mmm...
http://slashdot.org/articles/04/06/25/0319208.shtml?tid=113&tid=126&tid=
128&tid=172&tid=95

http://zdnet.com.com/2100-1105_2-5247187.html?tag=zdfd.newsfeed





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