Hacker claims to find SQL hole in Intel site

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A Romanian hacker using the alias “Unu” claims to have found a hole in an Intel website. The hacker demonstrated in late December an SQL injection vulnerability on the Intel "Channel Webinars" site, which is used to run online registrations for channel partner events. The site is currently down for maintenance. The same hacker has previously claimed to gain access to Symantec, Kaspersky, F-Secure and BitDefender websites. — AM
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