Julian Goldsmith at Silicon.com is reporting that "A web page on FT.com has been shut down by hackers. The site's credit card comparison service has been replaced by a black screen with the message, 'Hacked by CyberBlade'.
Daniel Angel, product manager for the comparison service, confirmed that the site creditforyourmoney.com, has been brought down but insisted that it was a static web page which will not put customers at risk. He said: "I can't see that there will be any risk to customer data from this hack."
Hackers cause blackout on FT.com web page
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A US computer consultant faces up to 15 years in jail after installing
screensavers on computers at work.
David McOwen, who fitted the client software while employed at a
college in Georgia two years ago, is also in line to receive a
damages bill of up to $415,000.
McOwen worked at DeKalb Technical College, Georgia, and
installed Distributed RC5 client software onto hundreds of
"Let hackers know that some tough people are out here," said Senior Inspector I.M. Zahid, an investigator in the hacking case. "I killed naxalities (terrorists) in Andhra Pradesh (South India) before being reassigned in Mumbai. I am not saying that I was merciless with the hackers, but my point is that we cops have seen such tough situations that we know how to handle boys."