More than 100.000 websites are in ‘safe hands’ now

June 10th, 2009 by Olga Koksharova

The Register reports VAServ.com has been attacked and now more than 100.000 websites have gone forever because of company’s poor password policy. The attackers are unknown and Rus Foster, (former?) VAServ.com director claims that anonymous messages indicated nonexistent passwords. I wouldn’t like to sound sarcastic but their description at AboutUs.org reads quite funny now, what do you think? 


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