RUPERT MURDOCH'S US right wing propaganda channel, the television network Fox Broadcasting has been hacked again, losing hundreds of employees' account details just weeks after it suffered an earlier security breach.
Earlier this month Fox suffered a major security breach that led to the theft of personal information of US X Factor TV show contestants. It seems that Fox's network administrators hadn't learnt their lession and a group calling itself Lulz Security has once again managed to breach Fox's apparently weak defences.
Aside from posting a rather humorous message to a number of Fox employees, Lulz Security members hijacked the Twitter and Linkedin profiles of some Fox employees. It seems that like many people, some of Fox's employees had used the same password for multiple services, meaning that once Fox's security had been breached it was open season on other accounts.
In the message left by Lulz Security the group said, "We don't like you very much. As such, we cordially invite you to kiss our hand-crafted crescent fresh asses." As there are so many people that don't like Fox, the television network might have a hard time pinpointing precisely who took it to the cleaners again.
Given that Fox had suffered a security breach less than a month ago, it is deeply embarrassing for the broadcaster to have its employees' details splattered all over the web. It should call into question the security policies, if any, that were implemented after thousands of X Factor contestants' information was stolen and whether anyone should trust personal information to the Fox network ever again. µ
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