Special defacements this week for the brazilian group hax0rs lab
that defaced important company like FIAT and BMW in minor countries. But more than that in 2004/05/10 they successfully owned TDK official site in Japan apparently taking advantage of the new bug for SSL in Windows 2000.
Mirror TDK.co.jp http://www.zone-h.org/en/defacements/mirror/id=1185217
We already said a lot about Lycos (https://insite.lycos.com) defaced by Data Cha0s last week. For more info read z\ article http://www.zone-h.org/en/news/read/id=4200
MASS defacement against Government of Brazil done by S4t4n1c S0uls and TechTeam, both brazilians, in a Microsoft Windows 2000 Server bugged of THC IISlame exploit and in a Linux Server with PHP modules bugged of file inclusion.
All deface of S4t4n1c S0uls:
Special MASS gov.br
This deface bringed S4t4n1c S0uls in position 4 of Special defacements Top Attackers of Zone-H.org http://www.zone-h.org/en/hallofshame/special
All deface of TechTeaM:
Special MASS gov.br
Still Microsoft Windows 2000
Still SSL bug of IIS 5
Still THC IISlame exploits for various servers of United States Government defaced by S4t4n1c_S0uls, Ir4dex and L0rd_Skull.
Another mass defacement was done by The Ghost Boys but not properly notified, here is the screenshot:
And the list of the sites defaced with this banner at the top (the server was probably hacked using the SSL vulnerability):
www.dgs.ca.gov State of California, Department of General Services
Few other special defacements of last week linking here
SPAX Zone-H Admin
Judge ties antispammer's hands
A Northern California District Court judge issued a temporary restraining order to prevent SpamCop, an antispam operation, from interfering with messages sent by alleged junk e-mailer OptInRealBig.com.
The court granted the restraining order last Tuesday, and it is scheduled to reconvene May 20. E-mail server company IronPort Systems, owner of SpamCop, filed an appeal Monday asking the judge to dissolve the order before the hearing date, on the grounds that it breaches first amendment rights and damages the company's operations.
The dispute involves practices of SpamCop, an operator of an antispam blocklist that third-parties reference to block bogus mail. SpamCop fields people's complaints about unwanted mail and their senders and uses that information to list the offending Internet Protocol addresses used to send the messages.