[LINK] Fwd: RE: home page hacked?
Tue, 15 Feb 2000 10:40:49 +1100
someone recently wrote
>No, what causes a "blip" in quality is probably temporary: that the
>Internet's voracious appetite for real-and-imagined news is sucking an
>awful lot of newbies into journalism, and they haven't learned stuff like
>research and fact-checking yet.
Hmm ... a certain lack of fact checking on the Link resulted in wild
claims against a vendor's software, and basic fact verifying was laughed
at. Those making wild claims against said vendor's products should
apologise, at least until another day ;-)
Tis fortunate that one particular news source has previously discredited
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Date: 15/2/2000 8:00 AM
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From: Thompson, Jason, firstname.lastname@example.org
To: 'Eric Scheid', email@example.com
Thank you for the note. Over the weekend, a DNS server at one of our ISPs
was compromised, allowing the URL www.rsa.com <http://www.rsa.com> to be
redirected to a spoofed site. None of our corporate Web servers were
by the hackers and our main site (http://www.rsasecurity.com/
<http://www.rsasecurity.com/> ) was not affected in any way. We're fully
aware of what has occurred and are working with our ISP to rectify the
situation and implement precautionary measures for the future.
Jason Thompson, Web Development Project Manager
RSA Security Inc. - http://www.rsasecurity.com/
The Most Trusted Name in e-Security
Don't miss RSA Conference 2000 Europe!
10-13 April 2000 - Munich, Germany - http://www.rsaconference.com/
From: Eric Scheid [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: Sunday, February 13, 2000 5:04 AM
Subject: home page hacked?
you probably already know.
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