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The Register: MS hacked again -- "illuminati terrorists," this time

Oct 27, 2000, 18:28 (4 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by John Lettice)

[ Thanks to Andrew for this link. ]

"Insult to injury in Microsoft's hour of trial(s). While hackers of the possibly sinister, secretive variety been busily downloading company source code, hackers of the more usual 'tee hee' variety seem to have been messing with the company's Internic entry."

"Undoubtedly the Apple and Microsoft entries will get fixed PDQ (remember the AOL one while you're about it, people), but fortunately we have a grab we prepared earlier, just in case."

The Register goes on pass along the NIC entries (found here):

MICROSOFT.COM.IS.SECRETLY.RUN.BY.ILLUMINATI.TERRORISTS.NET

MICROSOFT.COM.IS.RULED.BY.HACKERJACK.COM

MICROSOFT.COM.INSPIRES.COPYCAT.WANNABE.SUBVERSIVES.NET

MICROSOFT.COM.HAS.NO.LINUXCLUE.COM

MICROSOFT.COM

APPLE.COM.IS.THE.CHOICE.OF.ALL.SELF.RESPECTING.TERRORISTS.NET

APPLE.COM

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