Sucuri Security revealed that GoDaddy servers were hacked yesterday afternoon and thousands of WordPres blogs and other PHP-based sites were loaded with a malicious script aimed at infecting visitor’s machines with rogue security products.
Number two: “Massive Malware Hits Media Web Sites”
Researchers have estimated that intruders used SQL injection attacks to compromise about 7,000 Web pages. The Jerusalem Post and Wall Street Journal sites were among them.
Gawker reported that they were given data on 114,000 iPad 3G user accounts by intruders who hacked an AT&T server. The accounts included those of CEOs, top political figures and military personnel.
Gawker said “…it’s possible that confidential information about every iPad 3G owner in the U.S. has been exposed.”
They also said AT&T fixed the security vulnerability
Softpedia is reporting that hacktivists hacked the MSN and hotmail sites of Israel, msn.co.il and hotmail.co.il, (both belong to Microsoft) and posted a pro-Palestinian message and photograph.
Lucian Constantin, Softpedia Security News Editor speculated that the intruders could have used stolen credentials to log into the control panel or social engineered an employee at the domain registrar.