Hundreds of Stanford University web sites defaced

Monday, 22 August 2005, 12:47 AM EST

A crew of brazilian defacers known as Unknown Core penetrated a server belonging to the university of Stanford and defaced 306 sites.

This group used of a public flaw in the xml-rpc library (which is part of many PHP applications).

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