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Hackers Aim at Computer Security Sites  14 June 2001 
Source: Newsfactor - Posted by Benjamin D. Thomas   
One expert said computer security companies are likely hacker targets simply because they claim they can provide security. A Web defacement group active in the U.S.-China hacker conflict earlier this year has turned its sights on computer security firms, hitting . . .
 
Hackers Hit Computers Running Calif.'s Power Grid  10 June 2001 
Source: Boston.com - Posted by Derrick Lewis   
A computer system that controls much of the flow of electricity across California was under siege from hackers for at least 17 days during the height of the state's ongoing power crisis, the Los Angeles Times reported Saturday. The cyber attack . . .
 
SourceForge, Apache hacker: Nothing personal  08 June 2001 
Source: Securityfocus - Posted by Ryan W. Maple   
With the sniffer, Fluffy Bunny captured logon IDs and passwords for other sites, then installed Trojan horses at each new site. Exodus declined to comment on Fluffy Bunny's claims. Fluffy said that he did not write his own exploits, he merely took advantage of known bugs with existing exploit code.. . .
 
Scientists Sue to Publish Piracy Paper  06 June 2001 
Source: Reuters - Posted by Derrick Lewis   
A team of academics asked a federal court Wednesday for permission to publicly reveal how they cracked an anti-piracy technology backed by the music industry. Princeton University researchers headed by professor Edward Felten filed the challenge in order to present their . . .
 
A Matter of Trust: How Apache.org Was Compromised  06 June 2001 
Source: SecurityPortal - Posted by Derrick Lewis   
As you've probably heard by now, Apache.org was broken into last week, and the system was compromised. How this happened is much more interesting then your usual "known hole in an old piece of software" scenario (although this was the final . . .
 
Desirable Undesirables  05 June 2001 
Source: Business 2.0 - Posted by Jen Olson   
They're a brash, fun-loving lot who revel in their notoriety as two-time champions of Capture the Flag, the Daytona 500 of the computer underground. They also enjoy a measure of renown as hosts of a celebrated bacchanal-a combination trivia contest and . . .
 
Cowboy cracker nails Apache  01 June 2001 
Source: The Register - Posted by Jen Olson   
The cracker who broke into the Web servers of open source development site SourceForge has broken cover to boast of his exploits, and brag he also compromised the systems of the Apache project. Fluffy Bunny defaced a Web site (themes.org) to . . .
 
Hacking threat rises with high-tech layoffs  01 June 2001 
Source: Seattle Post-Intelligencer - Posted by Derrick Lewis   
When someone cracked Slip.net's computer system, altered customer accounts and deleted important databases, the Internet service provider didn't need to look far to find the attacker. It wasn't a criminal outfit seeking credit card numbers, and it wasn't a scrawny whiz . . .
 
SourceForge.net shell server compromise  31 May 2001 
Source: SourceForge - Posted by Dave Wreski   
This notice contains official details provided by the SourceForge.net team. On Tuesday, 22 May, 2001, the security was compromised on one of the SourceForge.net project shell servers. Security and data integrity has since been restored and SourceForge.net services are currently online . . .
 
Crackers target open source software websites  31 May 2001 
Source: IT - Posted by Jen Olson   
Open source software portal Sourceforge has published details of the server compromise that forced the group to reset all its users' passwords. The postmortem follows news today that another open source portal, themes.org, had also been struck down . . .
 
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