ATW POINT 2 Hey Hacker Screw You!Home by Patrick Van Roy February 28, 2011 14 1 min 11 yrs Tweet Click to rate this post![Total: 0 Average: 0] Uncategorized Post navigation Previous postNext post 14 thoughts on “ATW POINT 2 Hey Hacker Screw You!” Good morning Comments down, as I guess people have yet to register with new credentials I am not sure what the hacker feels that he’s accomplished. Or if he ( and it would very likely be a he ) is someone known to us? Morning Troll, Yea I had to reregister and what a pain. But commenting on ATW is worth it. I loves to annoy the Liberal, Tree-higging folks on this site. They deserve it. Why? Cause i say so. I think the “hacker” is a Mooslime or Mooslime sympathiser because when I tried to get on the site the other day it had a Moosie name next to “hacked by”. I hope the syphilis of a thousand camels slither up his penis and cause his brain to turn to jelly. Eddie, – of course, you being such a smart fella, took a screen shot of that hacker message, and sent it to David! – in case it may have been of some help in repairing the damage, and not least that it may have been your computer that was hacked… All i got, was ‘Hacked by Ali something or another’ and then redirected to some other site selling something or other … bloody annoying anyway. Hackers, clever … yes, and have far too much time on their hands, they really do need to get out of their rent free bedrooms a bit more, leave mums house, cut mums apron strings, learn how to cook and iron, and get a place of their own … bastards, clever bastards though ! Now, hacking into a Swiss bank account, that i can understand, wish i could do it, but i just don’t have the time to be honest, or the intelligence, far too busy working for a living and paying lots and lots of tax ! Life really is a bitch. Hackers eh ! just another reason to bring back hanging? To all of the above comments – yes I’ve got the name of the hacker, his profile and a list of his previous exploits. AllSeeingEye Oh do tell us who he is – please!! Hacker Ali .. are you reading this ! better check the bolt is on the back door. Really bad luck, David. I can imagine that was one big pain in the *syn: donkey* at the weekend above all times. If your perseverence in canvassing is as strong as with this site, you’re as good as elected! The site was attacked by one “Ali Abdennadher” (very much a Tunisian name, BTW) who is also apparently responsible for destroying hundreds of other sites on the Web. So it was not an ATW local job. Wow, so sorry to see you targetted like that David. Glad you are back. Hard to keep a good thing down!!! Hello to all ATWers! Hacking- the activity of someone with no life. 🙂 Ernest. More seriously, I don’t know anything about hacking- but could OUR computers be affected by this hack in any way? Other than the loss of ATW- which is traumatic enough! Hi Pinky, Good to see you survived the re-initiation test! 🙂 Actually I do not think, in this instance, that our computers have been affected. It is possible, but unlikely. In truth, I wrote that more as a jibe at Eddie, than as a serious warning. The hacker’s name mentioned has been attached to numerous hacks on web sites, and seems not to be directed at any particular group or type of site. Coming after the ruckus last year, it would be all to easy to ger overly paranoid about such things. However, it never hurts to give the old computer a scan – just in case!!! It is worh bearing in mind that WordPress is an ‘open source’ project, and as such is available to anyone to use and modify as needed, and which, therefore does open it to abuse by hackers. However, the security of any site using WordPress is the responsibility of the ISP, and of those with editorial rights of entry, the strength of that security is what protects the site from hackers. In this case it seems there was some laxity in this respect, especially from the ISP’s end. The following is from the WordPress manual. “Everything you see here, from the documentation to the code itself, was created by and for the community. WordPress is an Open Source project, which means there are hundreds of people all over the world working on it. (More than most commercial platforms.) It also means you are free to use it for anything from your cat’s home page to a Fortune 500 web site without paying anyone a license fee and a number of other important freedoms.’ http://www.zone-h.org/archive/notifier=ali abdennadher AllSeeingEye Comments are closed.