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Anti-war hacking rises sharply

More than 20,000 websites have been hacked since the war on Iraq began according to one security firm. UK security firm F-Secure has seen a dramatic rise in the number of hack attacks since the conflict started last week. In the first few days of the conflict there was a flurry of attempts to access vulnerablities on websites such as that of the US Navy. Defacements from pro-Islamic hacking groups suggested that it was the beginning of a new era of cyber hacking. Full Story

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