Establishing Digital Trust: Don't Sacrifice Security for Convenience
The Web site for the British newspaper the Daily Mail was hacked and defaced this past weekend.
"The web site defacement was flagged by TeaMp0isoN, a group that occasionally works with Anonymous under the Poisanon handle," writes The Inquirer's Dave Neal. "Initially it was trailed by the group as incoming, and when it announced the hack it made its feelings rather clear.
"'Britains Second Most Hated NewsPaper (DailyMail) Hacked.... > (link removed) #TeaMp0isoN,' said a tweet from the group," Neal writes.
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