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Wednesday August 31, 2011

Anonymous Claims DNS Attacks Against Symantec, Apple, Microsoft

Anonymous, doing what they do best...making people hate them.

In the record of its DNS attack against Symantec, Anonymous Sri Lanka boasts that it breached the "world's second-largest software (antivirus) leader/giant" and says that it captured almost the entire DNS pool, including the company's corporate customers, production servers, and testbeds. The group touted the same DNS Cache Snoop Poisoning attacks against Facebook, Skype, Apple, Cisco, Microsoft, and Novell.

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