Microsoft France site hack leads to security rumors

Tuesday, 20 June 2006, 1:55 AM EST

Part of Microsoft's French Web site has been taken offline by hackers, who apparently took advantage of a misconfigured server at the software vendor's Web hosting provider.

The experts.microsoft.fr Web site was defaced Sunday with the word "HACKED!" written across the top, just above a note that attributed the job to a group of Turkish hackers. The hacked sections were quickly taken down, and remained out of operation on Monday morning.

At InfoWorld.

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