6 April 2010

Belconnen Markets - Website

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Wanted to find out if the Belconnen Markets were open today, so went along to their website… ooops, been hacked.

Belconnen Markets' website defacement

Thats gotta suck.

(P.S. the markets weren’t open when I did a drive by)

[ED – As we advise against visiting defaced sites unless very secure about your computers defences no link will be provided. But I can confirm the hack.]

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Maybe it was someone who went to the deli and tasted cherry Dr. Pepper. I mean seriously who ever thought of that formula must have spent there day’s licking chewing gum off the pavement.

Wow – someone hacked a website for a local market. Put that up on Treasury’s home page and I’ll be a little more impressed.

‘No War! You can’t remove us from the map, know that much’?

However I know no Turkish, just how to translate with a dictionary and vaguely conjugate verbs.
Any Turk can probably give you a better idea.

And its hack from Turkey. Unfortunately, my turkish is tourist turkish only and I can’t read it. Anyone else?

Up The Duffy10:15 am 06 Apr 10

“Microsoft Internet Server hacked by a hacker using a Linux operating system”, yes 90% of computer users in the world “Mac” is not the only other operating system for a computer.

There is a free alternative “Linux”! “http://distrowatch.com/” ALL FREE to down load and use. And you can use a Linux or “Mac (Unix)” to hack your own Microsoft PC, this is how computer professional remove all of that Ukrainian Malware, after you have visited that “Ukrainian Porn site for God Knows what”.

Will Conroys Internet Filter protect use from all of this? “NO”. (too long and detailed to explain why not)

The above hacking was more Likely a ethical hacking warning the incompetent penny pinching owner of Belconnen market owners to use and pay for COMPUTER PROFESSIONALS for all their IT needs.

I run Ubuntu Linux on VMware on my “Microsoft PC” that is “protected with up to date and paid subscription, anti virus soft ware”. I do all my Internet banking and shopping using Ubuntu. Better to be really safe.

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