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SCO website hacked: This time it's Microsoft accused of code theft
Contributed by: G3nu1n3, at 11/29/2004 02:14:00 PM.

With the US stuffing themselves with turkeys over the Thanksgiving holiday break, hackers seized the opportunity to do some site defacement on The SCO Group's Web site, applying a little bit of cheek by claiming the company found parts of its code inside Microsoft's Windows software. However, since the issue was brought to SCO Australia's attention by LinuxWorld on Monday, the site has been restored to normal.

Hackers modified the targeted URL www.sco.com/redhat to read "SCO vs World", followed by the text:

"Recently we found parts of our code in almost all Microsoft(R) software. We want to bring an action against Microsoft(R) and our legal department is working on that. Parts of code found in all Microsoft(R) products from MS-DOS(TM) 2.1 to Microsoft(R) Windows(TM) Longhorn. Currently we are checking older MS-DOS sources. It's obvious, that all while (1){ do_something; } and for (i = 0; i < 16; i++) loops came from our code."

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