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On Monday, Yahoo confirmed that it had been compromised, although Hall and Yahoo disagree on the exact nature of the compromise.Hall says that it was due to Shellshock; Yahoo says not.
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Andrew "Weev" Auernheimer and Daniel Spitler were charged after writing a script that accessed information on a publicly available AT&T website, Aaron Swartz for downloading a cache of articles that he was permitted to access. He says he gained access to a server belonging to compression software maker Win Zip and issued a command on the machine that displayed the contents of malicious file on his own monitor.
After that, he ran a "kill" command on Win Zip's server that terminated the malicious program."It was trying to find an active working worm that was already in circulation," he says.
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Earlier this week, the 29-year-old hacker and security consultant revealed that someone had broken into machines running inside several widely used internet services, including Yahoo, Win Zip, and Lycos. Hall—the president of a security firm called Future South Technologies—went out of his way to spotlight a network of compromised computer servers that, he says, are controlled by Romanian hackers.