see it was a .uk page though - yet the hackers seem like they may be non-UK? Ayone googled or know of this wolfgroup? Seems slightly lame to me - wonder if they reported to MS their methods to help improve security? Or what else they did? Did MS react and how.... HMMmmm may google a moment but really SHOULD be doing other things
[EDIT] see here Also noticed that if you google on outlaw group wolfblack this is not the top hit - top hit is the MS page they had to fix at present - so MS missed a bit of cleaning up there maybe? .... I did look a little further too, they're a brazilian outfit and I am not posting any more links because they start to go into areas th emods would definitely not appreciate [/EDIT]
bleh. I hate hacks where people just put their name on something in spazz form. Less harmful than an aggressive attack though I suppose, and probably what I would go given the necessary tools and knowledge (and possibly inclination )
^^ AWwww c'mon, I agree with you and believe that even you (given time and inclination) could come up with something mildly witty and spoof like - maybe a link and something enticeful like a banner promising some free M$ software or something? Just don't link to OSNN unless you want a banning I guess? *runs*
I think these guys were probably slightly A juvenille and B linguistically challenged maybe?
you will see I posted your first and I was aware of your second and others - but thought better of posting.... Although I did say they were indeed Brazillian... Surprised you missed it if you were on the lookout
To all OSNN members, PLEASED BE ADVISED that if you enter "www.zone-h.org"
the following port and ip addy '10.0.0.201' (113)) can be scanned...by who? I don't know just be careful. My Honeypot server picked up this scan
update: attacker using SMTP Extensions (EHLO) DOD attack. multiple pings