The Web site for the Public Broadcasting System (PBS) was recently hacked for the second time in a month.

"The hacker, who uses the online handle of Warv0x, claims he exploited an SQL injection vulnerability that gave him access to the PBS.org databases," writes Softpedia's Lucian Constantin. "LulzSec previously hacked PBS because of a WikiLeaks documentary."


"'This wasn't done for fame or fun, just proving LulzSec aren't as good as they think they are,' Warv0x wrote in a pastebin.com post where he also posted hashed account passwords taken from the PBS website," Constantin writes.

Go to "PBS Hacked Again, This Time by LulzSec's Enemies" to read the details.

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