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United Nations server is still hacked

Still serving up emails, says hacker
Fri Dec 02 2011, 09:48

HACKER GROUP Team Poison has reacted to claims from the United Nations that its apparent hacking on UN servers was slight, and already has been dealt with.

"United Nations Lies Revealed," is the title of a short release from the hackers that appeared on pastebin with the trademark Team Poison headers and quotes a report about the leak at the BBC.

"A spokeswoman for the UNDP said the agency believed 'an old server which contains old data' had been targeted... 'The UNDP found [the] compromised server and took it offline,' said Sausan Ghosheh. // orlly?"

There follow some more emails from the server, along with the claim that it is still happily serving up its content, despite what the UN said.

The message says, "There is [sic] thousands of emails from May 2007 till present being sent from this server (email above was a randomly selected from the database) but according to the United Nations this server is old and hasn't been used since 2007, and apparently they shut the server down when they had found out it was hacked, yet i [sic] just obtained the above email from the cj_batch_messages table in their database server which was meant to be down?"

"The Server is _STILL_ Active & We _STILL_ have access...LET THE TRUTH BE KNOWN." µ


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