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Popular Photo Sharing Site's DNS Records Hijacked by Turkish Hacking Group

DNS records of one of the most popular photo sharing websites, Photobucket, were hacked yesterday by Turkish Hacking Group. The site returned a hacked page courtesy of the NetDevilz hacking group, a Turkish web site defacement group most widely known for its defacement of the adult video site Redtube earlier this year. Photobucket users across the world are reporting minor outages of the service and problems when trying to access their accounts, the consequence of what looks like the type of DNS records hijacking that redirected Comcast.net to a third-party domain last month.

Read full story: ZDNet

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