Net-integration hacked

Discussion in 'other security issues & news' started by Starrob, Aug 16, 2005.

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  1. Starrob

    Starrob Registered Member

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  2. Infinity

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    saw it too...kinda funny...like they cannot find something harder to play with...

    feeling kinda sorry...

    that's why ASAP exists at the end...to still provide info ... whether being hacked or not!

    just like Wilders @ the end ;)

    grtz.
     
  3. SteelyDon

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    They sure DID get hacked. I got 3 emails form the hackers, asking me to downloads AV software. So, they have the N/I email list, likely a zillion of us.
    The N/I site is down, "for security reasons."
     
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    Yo, people, I probably do not have to tell anyone at Wilders this, but just in case, DO NOT OPEN THE EMAIL, according to DSLreports it leads to a Trojan.

    Acadia
     
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    I've had 6 emails purportedly from NI in last 2 days asking to dl the AV, lol..... yeah, right!
    TAS
     
  7. buttoni

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    Yeah, I got the emails, too, yesterday in my SBC Yahoo Bulk/Spam mailbox. Thank God I deduced NI would not be emailing me and just deleted them with all the other spam. Haven't gotten any more today, though. Has anyone heard how long they think the forum will be down?
     
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    That was my first thought, too; "Why would they be sending this? That doesn't seem right.."

    You would think that they would have invested a lot more time into the body of the email since they were sending it almost exclusively to security conscious users. The fact that the program masquerading as KAV was only 11k also makes it pretty obvious.
     
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