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Suspect claims Al Qaeda hacked Microsoft

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Kusanagi    0

A suspected member of the Al Qaeda terrorist network claimed that Islamic militants infiltrated Microsoft and sabotaged the company's Windows XP operating system, according to a source close to Indian police.

Mohammad Afroze Abdul Razzak, arrested by Mumbai (Bombay) police Oct. 2, has admitted to helping plot terrorist attacks in India, Britain and Australia, India's Hindustan Times newspaper reported Saturday.

Source: Washington Post

uhh scary! Time to go back to win2k :)

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ElGato    0

What a complete load of dogs nuts. ROFL, :D

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Weasel    0

LOL, be my guest bin Laden :D

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Prash    0

now, that dosn't have a change of even a dogs **** believing that.

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uniacid    0

:p LMAO!!!! wtf is that crap... hah

A suspected member of the Al Qaeda terrorist network claimed that Islamic militants infiltrated Microsoft and sabotaged the company's Windows XP operating system
LMAO thats the funniest ****e ive heard today :p

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higgie    0

Ahh well we all love old Osama don't we? :)

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neowin_hipster    0

In order to hack you need a computer. You would also need internet access. Do they even have phone lines????

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whodamofo7    0
Originally posted by Goalie_CA

In order to hack you need a computer. You would also need internet access. Do they even have phone lines????

dude, of course they do... they have hackers, i don't think there is a nation in the world that doesn't... the story is bs though

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