hackers start forum chat on Sanlu's homepage

Discussion in 'other security issues & news' started by Bensec, Sep 18, 2008.

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  1. Bensec

    Bensec Registered Member

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    yesterday hackers from different chinese hacker groups hacked into Sanlu Group's website. And left their "comments", right after the Sanlu milk scandal .
    the Homepage's title "Sanlu Group" was change to "Melamine Groups"

    the screen shots

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    h1 - hacker1 said: a peek into the social responsibility, by a small group of humble hackers

    h2 - hacker2 said: Go on, OP, some "old pass by" is just passing by.

    h3 - hacker3 said: Sincerely appeal to Sanlu to take life seriously.
     
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    Ahhh: glasnost hits the Chinese Govt: not sure they're liking it.
    What a disgrace and on top of the contaminated toys etcetcetc..
    Quick: turn off those access points. :rolleyes:

    Now we are getting political ;)
     
  4. Bensec

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    let me help you understand how the official media make news. and how we have to trust someone we dont trust any more.

    Xinhua news agency is the chinese official news agency.
    now they make news more "elegantly" at their own will:

    here is a recent report from it

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    in this paragraph it mentioned:

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    red underline 1 : according to the FDA , EUFSA and ....,...,..
    red underline 2 : drinking the above dairy products no more than 2L/day which contaminated by melamine, IS SAFE (for the adults).



    Did FDA and EUSFA tell a joke to Xinhua news or the other way?:cautious:
    in this country nothing can be trusted.:doubt: oh what m i talking about?
    so watch out for Rising Products, they are made-in-china.:D
     
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