Re: [ga] icannatlarge.com hacked
I'm replying to this email simply because it's the latest I received,
just to make a point.
With all the distraction over whether or not the Forums were locked out,
been the subject of 17 emails, if my count is correct, I've not seen a
single one that
has addressed the issue of seeking to track down who did the hacking.
not be the first issue on the agenda? That is, except for those who
seek to pursue
political agenda? The icannatlarge.com logs should show an address from
hacking code originated -- I know that since I've pored over pages of
evidence for a Federal court case, and these data were admitted in to
With all the internet expertise that William X. Walsh and others display
one or more of whom the skill to search server logs should be present
is there no one here who cares who was the hacker?
Thomas Roessler wrote:
> On 2002-04-21 00:23:55 -0700, Rick Wesson wrote:
>> Either this stuff is out in the open or it isn't and putting it
>> behind a password is not justified. As one of the listed members of
>> icannatlarge.com I'm concerned.
> As of now, the funding forum seems to be available again.
> Any interesting behaviour during the week-end was - I suppose -
> side-effects of the break-in: The hole abused was one in the software
> used for the forums, so it's rather natural that there was some hickup
> with these while the software was finally upgraded.
> Further details on all this can be found in the list archives at
> <http://www.fitug.dE/icann-alsg/>, and in particular in Joop's
> message archived at <http://www.fitug.de/icann-alsg/0204/msg00057.html>.
> Details on the vote to be held are at
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