Hacked Palestinian Sites Play Long Flash Movie of Pro-Israel Images
Alnakba.com, a political site, is here.
It and alquds.com, a newspaper's site, are hosted by Intertech
, a PA ISP. I've also found at least one other Intertech site that has been defaced (1
). The Flash file includes a list of names of Israeli citizens killed by Palestinians. At the end, the author has placed a link to his e-mail, "firstname.lastname@example.org." In the source, the hacker identifies as "Hacked By shmaya / Israeli Operation Force. email- email@example.com."
The movie is displayed though a single frame whose source is here
. That site points to a message board
. A mirror of Alquds is here
posted by rschram
on Apr 15, 2002 -
Germany Plans Infowar Against Websites?
So, Wired News reports that German Interior Minister Otto Schily has said publicly that Germany should stage denial-of-service attacks on right-wing websites housed in other countries. AOL versus Germany as WWWIII/InfoWar I?
posted by bclark
on Apr 9, 2001 -
Cyber Patrol hacker sells out for one dollar
< I made my political point
and just don't want further annoyance... ...Mattel initiated legal action in e-mail subpoenas in mid-March and Skala and Jansson removed cphack from their sites, but not before urging computer activists to copy and distribute it.... ...Nevertheless, some mirror site operators think open source software protections make the issue moot. The court cannot impose an Internet ban because cphack was released under the GNU General Public License
... > perhaps you've seen this--the final decision will be interesting with repect to free speech and the GNU GPL
. something to watch anyhow.
posted by greyscale
on Mar 28, 2000 -