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NASA servers hacked after crash, security firm says

Hackers brought down nine servers belonging to NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) just hours after the Columbia disaster as a protest against the U.S. position on Iraq, according to a report by London-based security firm mi2g. A spokesman at JPL told globetechnology.com he was unable confirm or deny the attacks on the organization’s network. The cracker-watchdog group says that according to its monitoring data, the attacks on JPL’s network lasted for about an hour and a half on Saturday afternoon. Full Story

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