When the D1 domain was a substring of the D3 defacement string and the D1 and D3 dates were within one week of each other, the data was collected in the format of defacement string, defacer, hostname, and the difference in days between the D1 domain and the D3 defacement string.
The full "Alias" has been redacted for operational security, so the first and last character of the defacer has been included along with a label that is consistent between Tables 4 and 5, both in the Appendix.
No one has yet owned up to it and judging by the fact that groups of defacers
publicly boycotted the bizarre contest, it certainly looks suspiciously mischievous.
Challenge stated that the aim of the competition was to see more than 6,000 sites defaced or disrupted during the course of the competition.
The site collects statistics from defacers
who forward the site's URL via e-mail to Alldas.
Hackers, virus-writers, and web site defacers
would face life imprisonment without the possibility of parole under the proposed "Antiterrorism" legislation, which would classify most computer crimes as acts of terrorism.
Some repressions seemed like a species of lunacy: Think of the philatelists, coin collectors or accidental defacers
of Stalin's portraits routinely swept up by the police.
The so-called hack-a-thon is scheduled for this Sunday as part of the world's first global Defacers
Attacks are also being made by Anti-India Crew, a pro-Islamic group which has carried out 454 attacks since July, and World's Fantabulous Defacers
which has carried out around 400 attacks since November 2001.
The company has pointed out that two hacking groups - Unix Security Guards and World Fantabulous Defacers
- carried out 111 digital attacks on Indian educational and business sites in May.