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How The New York Times Got Hacked

How did a bunch of hackers called the Syrian Electronic Army manage to bring down the New York Times? The question is particularly important because this is by no means the group’s first success, and is unlikely to be its last.


if Melbourne IT is correct, the Syrian hackers obtained the log-in credentials that the Times uses to access its own domain registry information at Melbourne IT, and altered the Internet address associated with…


it looks like a whole series of human errors is to blame: An email user fell for a phishing attack. Somebody at the Times left off a level of security for its registry pages. A monitoring system that was supposed to send an alert of a DNS change failed, or was ignored. At a higher level, somebody may have permitted lax protection of user names and passwords…

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  • sanjay sharma

    Its very creatical situation when whole site is hacked.