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Three other big websites report being hacked, titleist vokey sm5

Damage caused by the hacker attack on Sony will likely cost hundreds of millions of dollars, but the company is just one of several to face recent online attacks.

This week, three large websites and service providers ICANN, Ars Technica and phpBB announced that they had recently been hacked.

1. The Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers, which manages several parts of the Internet basic structure, announced on Tuesday that part of its website and database had been hacked in November.

Using targeted emails designed to look as if they had been sent by someone on the ICANN domain, an attacker was able to access the Centralized Zone Data System.

That database contains personal information, titleist 915 d2, including usernames and passwords, used by administrators who manage the registration of website domain names.

Usernames and passwords were encrypted, but ICANN is asking users to create new passwords.

The attacker also accessed a wiki page used by ICANN Governmental Advisory Committee, but looked at only two private pages.

Email accounts belonging to some ICANN staff were also compromised, the organization said.

2. Tech news website Ars Technica said on Monday that its website had also been hacked and some encrypted user data downloaded during an attack on Sunday.

The attacker accessed one of the Ars Technica servers, titleist vokey sm5, and from there would have been able to copy the website user information database, which includes usernames and passwords.

Those passwords were encrypted, but Ars Technica is also asking users to change their passwords.

The attacker also changed the website front page to include a streaming song by nerdcore hip hop group Dual Core.

3. Databases belonging to the developers of open source online forum software phpBB were also attacked on Sunday.

On Monday, titleist 915 d3, phpBB said that attackers used an employee compromised username and password to access the company servers.

The attacker would have been able to copy usernames and passwords from the database. Users of phpBB are also being told to change their passwords, titleist 915 d3, some of which were not encrypted.

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