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Source: Network World Fusion
A long nightmare has come to a close for Omega Engineering. The network administrator who destroyed the company's network is facing 41 months in federal prison, and now - five-and-a-half years after the attack - the company finally is getting back on its feet.
L33tdawg: The worm is definetely damaging. I just had to go into a clients place this morning to help them out with Klez -- it infected the accounts department, and they pretty much lost all documents and excel files for the past 3 months. Bummer.
The former Optus employee accused of hacking the Optus database has spoken exclusively to ZDNet Australia. He believes Optus is using scare-mongering tactics to get him to drop his claims of unfair dismissal, against the telco.
Source: The Hacktivist
Edmonton's computer hacker scene hosts its own home-grown Web site, offering northern reflections on how to prank the telecom giants.
The Hack Canada site features tips on Canadian Internet networks, how to spam Fido's cellphone network with junk e-mail, how to steal free calls from payphones and how to "rip off your local bookstore monopoly."