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The Affiliation column refers to the country or region in the world that the defacer promotes in their defacements.
Moreover, it appears - according to the RoyalAsses website - that only a very few would have no alibi, and may have been in Wasserstein Hall when the defacement occurred.
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.
Six fake defacements websites carried the message: "I panicked over the Defacement Challenge scare and all I got was this lousy defacement.
In Israel, Palestinian cyber attackers have carried out significant Web site defacements, engineered coordinated distributed denial-of-service attacks and system penetrations, and utilized worms and Trojan horses.
Another theory which has been mentioned - for example, in The College Fix - for the most recent defacement is that it was a hoax by one or more black students, similar to other campus situations in which black or Jewish students had themselves posted symbols allegedly aimed at their own groups in order to create controversy, says Banzhaf.
70,357 single defacements for the year 2004 totalling
TELECOMWORLDWIRE-25 April 2005-Web server attacks and website defacements up 36% in 2004, survey shows(C)1994-2005 M2 COMMUNICATIONS LTD http://www.
To protect corporate brands from high visibility web site defacements, the Teros-100 APS prevents attackers from changing the content of web pages.
In what might indicate bias by Harvard Law, and a failure to understand and respect that academic freedom protects unpopular speech as well as popular speech, the New York Times noted that Harvard referred the latest defacement to the police for possible investigation as a hate crime, but it apparently took no action regarding the earlier two similar defacements by black protesters.
org, which collects data on Web defacements, shows that Linux defacements similarly spiked earlier this year, but have been overtaken by attacks on Windows boxes.
Attacks take on varying forms from web site defacements to bulletin board modifications.