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Defacement archive Zone-h gets defaced

"Defacement archive Zone-h.org has itself been defaced.

The hack - claimed in the names of Cyber-Terrorist, HeLL cYbEr, and Jurm - involved posting a link to a YouTube video and dancing babies on the site's altered home page. The Arab language video, featuring an ad promoting nappies, replaced the site's usual content of information security commentary and a defacement archive.

A message that came with the defacement suggested hackers pwned the site for want of something better to do.

"Sorry, but I am bored I wish you a fun time with the song :D lol"

Zone-h.org was unavailable on Friday afternoon following the hack, recorded here."

Read more: http://www.theregister.co.uk/2009/02/13/zone_h_defaced/


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Zone-H has no place on the internet except as a social networking site for twelve year old script kiddies. And Roberto Preatoni isn't qualified to be called a "computer security expert". He's a joke. I hope he finally gives up on this nonsense.