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HP Web site hacked

A Hewlett-Packard Web site has been hacked, Attrition.org said Friday. Attrition.org, an independent organization that records hacking incidents, said that www.netserver.hp.com was hacked by "insanity zine c0rp." This marks the second HP site to be hacked by the group within the past week. The group already vandalized www.openview.hp.com. The hackers, who claim to be two teenage boys from Brazil, defaced the site with a depiction of a dead chicken and a statement: "I think Hewlett-Packard should take care of your hosts." Both HP sites were running on Windows NT and IIS/4.0 Web server. HP representatives acknowledged the hack but would not discuss specifics. CNET Singapore's Fran Foo reported from Singapore.

    A Hewlett-Packard Web site has been hacked, Attrition.org said Friday. Attrition.org, an independent organization that records hacking incidents, said that www.netserver.hp.com was hacked by "insanity zine c0rp." This marks the second HP site to be hacked by the group within the past week. The group already vandalized www.openview.hp.com.

    The hackers, who claim to be two teenage boys from Brazil, defaced the site with a depiction of a dead chicken and a statement: "I think Hewlett-Packard should take care of your hosts." Both HP sites were running on Windows NT and IIS/4.0 Web server. HP representatives acknowledged the hack but would not discuss specifics.

    CNET Singapore's Fran Foo reported from Singapore.