Staffers at Alldas, an archive that maintains copies of websites that have been involuntarily altered, believes that their site is being deliberately blocked from accessing defaced websites owned by the United States military.
Alldas staffers believe that the U.S. military is trying to cover up defacements of its websites by blocking Alldas' access to the greater part of the military's network.
On May 31, 2001, Microsoft finally launched its highly anticipated Office XP product in Canada. Futurelooks was there to witness this Official Launch Event and find out more about what lies ahead for Microsoft's new product. Here's a clip:
A Belgian has been arrested on suspicion of hacking
the country's domain name registry's website. Police
say Frans Devaere, 26, from Lovendegem, attacked the
Domain Name Server company's website. He uses the
He's also alleged to have hacked the websites of a
hospital and a bank. He faces a maximum of five years
in prison if convicted.
The cracker who broke into the
Web servers of open source
development site SourceForge
has broken cover to boast of
his exploits, and brag he also
compromised the systems of the
Summer is approaching, and with it the annual Bacchus of silicon and beer known as the DefCon hacker
convention. But this year, for the first time, a kinder, gentler DefCon will reward righteous and upstanding behavior
as much as computer intrusion skill, with a contest that challenges attendees' sense of "cyber ethics".
Call it a sign of the times. Last year, the increasingly mainstream convention drew over four thousand people:
hackers, security professionals, law enforcement and intelligence agents, along with scores of reporters from