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BitDefender hit again

A Romanian hacker claims to have found a hole in the website for security firm BitDefender. According to a post by someone using the alias Unu on hackersblog.org, an SQL injection vulnerability persists in the site's news section. Recently websites belonging to security firms F-Secure and Kaspersky Lab were compromised. And a Portuguese partner site belonging to BitDefender also was hit. All three companies deny that any personal information was exposed to the attackers. — CAM
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Hacker claims to find SQL hole in Intel site

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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F-Secure suffers attack

F-Secure joins Kaspersky Lab and a partner site of BitDefender as the latest security firm to have its website tampered with by a Romanian hacker group. F-Secure's site succumbed to an SQL injection attack after hackers found a vulnerable page that did not properly validate input. The hackers said the database leaked malware statistics but no personal information. F-Secure said the incident was a learning experience but "not the end of the world." — DK
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Another vendor threat

A fourth security vendor website has been found to be insecure. In a post on hackersblog.org, a Romanian hacker, whose alias is "Unu," describes an insecure parameter in the Symantec Document Download Center that is vulnerable to SQL injection. The flaw supposedly exists on an SSL login page and permits access to company databases. According to the hacker, Symantec has been contacted but has not yet responded. The same hacker claimed to gain access to Kaspersky, F-Secure and BitDefender websites. — CAM
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