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mar or spoil the appearance of

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Note that these numbers do not represent the total number of defacements reported to the defacement databases.
If, on the other hand, this newest taping was done by students simply retaliating for either or both of the earlier defacements, as Harvard's own newspapers had reported, Harvard would be in an embarrassing position if it sought to punish them without punishing those responsible for the earlier incidents.
10 -- Hackers from India and Pakistan have started a full-blown hacking and defacement online war which has affected over a dozen websites in both countries.
The webpage defacements are deemed to be a protest action supporting the Million People March in Luneta.
com's server for a targeted defacement to avenge defence.
Zone-H confirmed attacks had come from groups in Indonesia, Oman, Saudi Arabia and Turkey and said many of the defacements have been cleared up very promptly, though secondary defacements may remain for months or years.
However, the number of configuration mistakes soared at the end of the year to account for about 35,000 of the defacements, with known vulnerabilities accounting for just over 15,000.
Web server attacks and website defacements are up by 36 per cent on last year with almost 400,000 attacks globally in 2004.
Web server attacks and website defacements are up by 36% on last year with almost 400,000 attacks globally in 2004, according to a survey by Infosecurity Europe and zone-h the independent server-side cybercrime observatory.
Worst affected by the flurry of hacking activity was a third-party website that would normally report on website defacements.
STAT Neutralizer Server Edition is an intrusion-prevention product intended to protect Web sites from various malicious activities, such as defacements and from being used as platforms for "zombie" attacks.
Pro-Pakistan defacements of Indian Web sites has risen dramatically, and one pro-Pakistan hacker group has targeted U.
org, in 2001, failing to responsibly patch computers led to 99% of the 5,823 website defacements last year, up 56% from the 3,746 websites defaced in 1999.
STAT Neutralizer Server Edition, based on the behavior-based enforcement technology of STAT Neutralizer that protects networks and desktops, enables small to medium-size companies to effectively protect their websites from various malicious activities such as defacements, and from being used as platforms for "zombie" attacks.
Although it is possible that the tape was applied by racist white law students late in the evening, others [see below], including Banzhaf, have suggested that the action was much more likely to have been done as simple retaliation for two earlier defacements by black law students likewise involving black tape.