Kimble boasted that in response to the initial defacement of his web sites he had moved the web site to a MORE SECURE server and taken action to lock out visiting bunnies. On his www.kimble.org web site he even went so far to post a picture of himself standing next to a photograph of a recently shot rabbit ( gaping bullet wound showing from the rabbits left shoulder ) upon which they had mounted what appeared to be a pink bunnies head ( desecrating a dead animal ? hmmmm call in the SPCA )
Network security provider RSA Security Inc. on Thursday reported a third quarter loss wider than its previously lowered expectations and warned that earnings for the fourth quarter and next year would fall short of estimates.
Computer Associates International on Thursday said it would cut its work force by about 900 positions, or 5 percent, to about 17,000. The cuts, which will primarily be in North America, are effective immediately and will hit all areas of the company, the Islandia, N.Y.-based software maker said in a statement.
WASHINGTON -- In a brief but dramatic statement, the FBI warned Thursday that Americans should expect
additional terrorist attacks.
A two-sentence press release on FBI.gov said there "may be additional terrorist attacks within the United States
and against U.S. interests overseas over the next several days."
The content was disturbing enough, but even stranger was the Web address of the press release:
In a move of shocking boldness,
Kimble's YIHAT hackers have
infiltrated Top Secret US spy
satelites and found a satelite
that has been monitoring Bin
Laden's every move over the
past couple of days.