Zone-H and Santa's Web site hacked

Friday, 22 December 2006, 11:56 AM EST

With Christmas fast approaching, Santa Claus reached out for a little help from Stopbadware.org this week. They said they were approached by an Incline Village, Nevada, man who has legally changed his name to Santa Claus, who asked them to help figure out why his Web site was being flagged by Google Inc.'s Web site filters.

It turned out that Santa's Web site, Santaslink.net had been hacked.

At Computerworld.

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Comment:

Late last night CET Zone-H.org has been hacked as well. The site is inacessible at the moment of writing this.




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