Chile and Peru fight merciless hacker war

Tuesday, 20 December 2005, 3:48 AM EST

Long gone are the good old days when obstreperous Latin American nations would invade each other over a World Cup qualifying match - nowadays your belligerent sons of Cortez are battling it out in cyberspace. Take if you will Peru and Chile, currently engaged in a no-holds-barred hack war in which no government website is spared the attention of e-nationalists determined to hurl insults at their cross-border rivals.

At The Register.

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