Mitel Networks, a leading-edge provider of next-generation IP telephony solutions, appears to not be spending enough time securing their corporate web site at www.mitel.com. The web site of this large multi-national was visited and defaced by vhnvhn, a mysterious hacker with only three previous defacements on his record, this being definitely the most high profile.
Crime Lords wanted to make sure that everyone respects their Copyrights, so they took time out of their busy schedule to deface the web site of Copyright.net - a company whose claim to fame is that they have "automated the legal process of sending, receiving and managing Internet-related copyright infringement notices, their related business processes and follow-up communications "
It looks like Pepsi Cola Canada Beverages, Division of Pepsi-Cola Canada Ltd, will have to spend a little time over the next few days securing up their web server. The boyz from Brazil, BHZ, have taken the ' Pepsi Challenge ' and the web server's security lost.
A quick peek at the NMAP for the Pepsi.ca server shows that :
A good deed may lead to prosecution for Brian K. West, a 24 year old sales and support employee for an internet service provider in SE Oklahoma. Mr. West has become a statistic for the Computer Analysis Response Team because he alerted a local business to a serious security flaw in their website.
Although Internet service is booming elsewhere in Vietnam, it was banned in a central province by local security officials who said it could threaten national security, official media reported Friday.
The Phu Yen provincial post office offered public Internet service in the provincial capital in late 1998 and it flourished for six months, the Lao Dong (Labor) trade union newspaper reported....
Internet service banned in Vietnamese province as security threat
HANOI, Vietnam (AP) --