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A site used by hackers to expose source code for two of Symantec’s enterprise security programs has been hit by two denial of service attacks this week.
Pastebin.com, a text-file sharing service popular with both legitimate and criminal hackers, was taken down on Tuesday and Thursday. The site was used to announce the theft and future publication of source code for two of Symantec’s enterprise security programs: Endpoint Protection 11.0 and Antivirus 10.2. Symantec has confirmed ......
Originally posted by chr0naut
reply to post by cerebralassassins
I thought their code when it worked, was a personal "denial of service" system.
Buy a fast PC with OS. Install Sxxxxxxx product/s & nothing else. PC is now suddenly slow. Pay for months of support online, two days later, malicious site messes with PC date. Product license (& protection) now no longer active. Malicious site now installs malware on unprotected system. Product now does nothing and must somehow be fully uninstalled (which it won't do as it is broken) before it can be reinstated and system can be cleaned up again.
edit on 6/1/2012 by chr0naut because: (no reason given)