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Hacker group gets dose of own medicine

An alliance called Hackers Against America (HAA) has received a dose of its own medicine with its own website having been defaced, according to information at the defacement archive Zone-H.org. The group had its website hosted by a free provider in Russia. According to Zone-H, it had claimed that new members were rapidly joining up, including one American who had links to the Al Qaeda group. However, one hacker (for whom Zone-H used the pseudonym Marcos) thought it was stupid to attack US servers and be affiliated to terrorist groups and so he (Marcos) wrote to HAA, telling them what he thought of their ideas. The reply he got, according to Zone-H, was so full of insults that Marcos decided to see what he could do to send a message to the group. Full Story

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