Terrorists hijacking websites

Monday, 28 October 2002, 3:07 PM EST

The al-Qaeda terror network has begun using hackers who break into websites to create secret pages that send messages to its followers, Internet specialists say.

An example came this month when a message purportedly from al-Qaeda chief Osama bin Laden appeared on cenobite.com, a website started by a fan of sci-fi writer Clive Barker.

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