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YouTube Hacked

Google acknowledged that hackers attacked YouTube on Sunday, exploiting a cross-site scripting (XSS). The attack hit mainly sections where users post comments. The result of this strike was that comments were temporarily hidden for few hours. However Google fixed everything within two hours. A Google spokesman in an chat with New York Times that the

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Websites under attack

Three websites which belong to the U.S. Department of the Treasury have been hacked and the code of those websites have been infected with malicious software. As we remember not so long time ago hackers attacked Network Solutions’ servers. High activity of hackers nowadays should make all of us think more seriously about security of

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Network Solutions Hacked, again

Network Solutions, website domain registrar and hosting provider acknowledged that hackers had broken into its servers. At least 50 websites hosted by Networks Solutions had been hacked, including one of our (Royal Deer Design) client. “We have received reports that Network Solutions customers are seeing malicious code added to their websites, and we are really

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No Google in China

This news is not a surprise, everybody were expecting this after a series of cyber-attacks from China. Google has drawn up a plans for the closure of its Chinese search engine. Google is now 99.9% certain to go ahead, even though Google has taken 30 per cent of the Chinese search market.

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