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'I Hired a Hacker': A Security Manager's Confession  27 February 2001 
Source: ComputerWorld - Posted by Pete O'Hara   
I'm sitting at my desk, having a cup of coffee and a toasted bagel when I notice this young, blond, pimply-faced kid standing outside my cube with this smirk on his red, puffy-cheeked face. I ask him what I can do . . .
Speaking in Code  26 February 2001 
Source: ABC News - Posted by Jen Olson   
In the basement of an old farmhouse deep in the Norwegian countryside, a 15-year-old computer geek named Jon Lech Johansen pecked out the finishing touches on a piece of programming that had been keeping him busy after school. Jon says . . .
Nintendo and 299 Germans hit by hackers  26 February 2001 
Source: - Posted by Chris Pallack   
Hackers defaced Nintendo's European website and nine of its German sites on Sunday as part of an attack that gained access to 300 websites with either German or top level domain extensions.
Microsoft exec tells how hacker got in  24 February 2001 
Source: Seattle Times - Posted by Ryan W. Maple   
A top Microsoft executive revealed yesterday how a hacker was able to view some of the company's top-secret source code last October, shedding light on a notorious attack that raised concern worldwide about network security. A hacker gained broad access because . . .
Browser hijackings upset security pundits  24 February 2001 
Source: - Posted by Ryan W. Maple   
Web surfers are in a tug-of-war for control of their home page settings, fighting off increasingly aggressive tactics by Net businesses and online marketers aimed at commandeering first rights to consumers' browsers. Unsuspecting consumers who install software, open attachments or merely . . .
Various recent high profile defacements  23 February 2001 
Source: Attrition - Posted by Dave Wreski   
I had meant to do an update to my previous high profile summary of sorts. After drinking a Corona I began working on this post and it hit home yet again. Half way through writing this, another server on Hewlett Packard's network was defaced. I don't know what I find more ironic, that four HP servers were defaced this month, or that in each case they were running Windows NT or Linux instead of HP-UX (their own unix operating system). Toward the end of this list are two sites that also strike a bit of irony.. . .
Attrition statement on NY Times defacement greeting  21 February 2001 
Source: Attrition - Posted by Dave Wreski   
In the recent defacement of the NY Times business site, the defacer from "Sm0ked Crew" included an apology to Attrition that has resulted in a flood of mail to Attrition staff asking for clarification. Attrition staff frequently endures abuse from script-kiddy groups who are under the misguided belief that we work for them. We have been harassed and chastised if we are slow in posting a defacement or if we happen to miss one.. . .
Online vandals smoke New York Times site  16 February 2001 
Source: - Posted by Chris Pallack   
A Web-defacing duo calling themselves Sm0ked Crew Thursday night added a page within The New York Times site to their growing list. "Well...I'm sorry to say but you just got sm0ked by Splurge," read part of the page that replaced the . . .
hackers: who's responsble for improving security?  15 February 2001 
Source: PBS - Posted by Chris Pallack   
There's no agreement on who ultimately should be--or can be--held liable when networked systems go down and damage is done. Should the government step in and regulate? Is it up to individual computer users and companies to stay on top . . .
You, Too, Can Write an Anna Worm  15 February 2001 
Source: Wired - Posted by Dave Wreski   
This is exactly the type of thing that could happen to Linux. "The Anna Kournikova e-mail worm that whacked networks this week was not the work of a skilled cracker. It was created using one of the many virus-generating kits that . . .
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