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The information collected on each of these defacement databases includes the hostname, domain, or URL of the defacement, the defacer, the defacement date, and the IP address that hosted the defacement.
A defacer could obviate this prong of the analysis by, for example, spray-painting "Impeach Clinton.
Police said they were informed about the sign prior to the attack on Saturday May, 20, and "enquiries are continuing" concerning the defacers.
Refusing to recognise that those inhuman creatures are defacers of Islam's message, pitting citizens against each other and painting all refugees as dangerous extremists plays right into the hands of Daesh.
It is an authorial last stand, a rallying cry to all those "habitues of the worst bars, the grimmest cafes, night birds, defacers of notebooks," who "feed on the glamour of truth.
That Yemen or its seas should be the theater for the likes of these hoodlums (both the maritime and the misnamed defacers of Islam) speaks very little to give weight to the regime's claim of fighting terrorism and pursing a solution to the piracy openly practiced in its waters.
n 588,815 mass defacements over the years 2000 - 2004 n 194,905 single IP attacks over the years 2000 - 2004 Mr Preatoni added: 'Defacement is just one option for an attacker - in most circumstances the techniques used by defacers are the same techniques used by serious criminals to cause more serious damage.