Microsoft hacked again
It appears that Microsoft's network has been successfully hacked again. At least that is what one Dutch hacker claims, who has given himself the pseudonym 'Dimitri'. According to his own statements, he only exploited the Unicode security hole in the Internet Information Server in his hack attack, because Microsoft failed to install its own patch on its servers.
Dimitri claims to have uploaded a small text to the Microsoft server and to have gained insight into the server structure. He also claims to have had access to Microsoft's download pages and some encrypted files in which passwords and user names were saved. Even if he were able to decrypt these files, he does not want to use them. According to IDGNS, a Microsoft spokesman has confirmed the successful hack attack, but the hacker is said to have been unable to download files from the server. Microsoft justifies the fact that Microsoft did not install its own patch on its servers with the size of the network, where it is difficult to see on which server the patch has already been installed>