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! v1ru5 group hacked this page !

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Simon-    492

it's not a Microsoft web site therefore this hack has no real significance.

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AQUaDeX    0
it's not a Microsoft web site therefore this hack has no real significance.

F*ck, that IS a Microsoft page, at least that company provides billing service for Microsoft's online ordering, and I just ordered a trial copy of SBS 2003 from them, oh my f*cking god... :( :o :crazy: :x :no:

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Simon-    492
F*ck, that IS a Microsoft page, at least that company provides billing service for Microsoft's online ordering, and I just ordered a trial copy of SBS 2003 from them, oh my f*cking god... :( :o :crazy: :x :no:

Microsoft contracts the company that owns it, but it's not actually *owned* by microsoft, they just to business with them.

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John    7

wow... deface microsoft.com and people may actually pay attention :sleep:

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HellBender    0
wow... deface microsoft.com and people may actually pay attention :sleep:

That would be crazy. If that happened, practically the whole world would admire that person before he's turned in by someone collecting their reward.

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sethrd    0

Wow, it's been dead for a week and a half, yet the admin hasn't put the original site back up? The admin needs to be fired.

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KC    0

This reminds me of that ren and stimpy song "happy happy joy joy" such a point less song

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memNOC    0

:laugh:

v1ru5 group?? ooooh im so scared.. they're l33t AND they are the virus.... and stuff.. that program that you run that deletes your C: drive.. :o

freaking retarded name for a hack group.. elitist nerdy shmucks.. (N)

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Simon-    492
:laugh:

v1ru5 group?? ooooh im so scared.. they're l33t AND they are the virus.... and stuff.. that program that you run that deletes your C: drive.. :o

freaking retarded name for a hack group.. elitist nerdy shmucks.. (N)

o N0S tEH C: DRIEV HAD BAN LAHRDAD!1111!!!1111!1111!11!! LOL WTF :laugh:

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Guest Ryan   

Messages about valid/invalid certificates pop up in Mozilla and IE, so here's what it says in case some people don't want to check it out.

Date: 29.12.2003.

!!! v1ru5 group hacked this page !!!

... i have a dream ... i have dream ... i still have a dream ...

by: v1ru5

Contact : ?

.:: Sorry to admin .::. much bugz .::. nothing was deleted ::.

That's all that's on the page, nothing more.

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Simon-    492

the most ironic this is that this 'hacker' used frontpage to show that hacked page :rofl:

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Bizkit    25

Thats stupid.

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Toxikk    0

for it to still be the way it was when they hacked it is lame. what a nice serverop.

ms should just stop working with them right now.

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sethrd    0

*gasp*

What if it was an inside job?! A p*ssed off admin or something?!

The plot thickens......

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Eli    1

Pretty crazy if you ask me. Needs a new name for the group though....

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Toxikk    0

yeah, haxor is so dead.

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bluebsh    0

oh thats funny in IE they also disabled the view source commands, but you can still do save as and view the source ;) *LOL*

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OptiPlex    0
oh thats funny in IE they also disabled the view source commands, but you can still do save as and view the source ;) *LOL*

How do you do that?

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bluebsh    0
How do you do that?

hehe i was just being silly... any page viewed over a SSL connection has the view source commands disabled by default :)

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Groovedude    6

:| umm what ever rocks your boat i suppose

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abaxion    0

:D nice!!! Micros$ft must die! :devil:

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Blaise    0

moved to internet, network & security

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