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Having your web site hijacked is bad news
« Posted: October 08, 2006, 06:42:46 PM »


Sometimes it's graffiti on a Web site to prove a hacker's skills. Other times it's for more nefarious purposes, such as stealing customer information. Whatever the reason and however it's executed, anything that compromises a business' Web site can mean bad news. The Ojai Deer Lodge learned that when the restaurant's site was taken over in July. A hacker from outside the country found a way to hijack the site, replacing menus and band schedules with explicit images. "It was offensive," said Amee Jana, director of events for the Ojai Deer Lodge. The restaurant immediately started gathering its mailing and e-mail lists to get the word out on what happened. Jana said the Web site had been up for about five years, and people had it bookmarked in their computers. Bands linked to the site to promote their shows.

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