[wp-hackers] Mysql.com cracked, possible bad PR for WordPress
vid at zippykid.com
Wed Mar 30 14:10:46 UTC 2011
See Brian Layman's message, basically the list of tables and databases mention WordPress specifically, even though I'm fairly certain that WP was not the way in.
The point of the two links was to let people see the information that's public and be able to talk about it coherently as opposed to saying "wha? I dunno what you're talking about".
The first link actually lists the page where they got in from, one could view the source from there and determine it's not a WordPress generated page.
I didn't want to (hopefully) preach to the choir about what they should be doing once they found out a site they may have a login on was compromised, etc as well.
On Mar 30, 2011, at 8:37 AM, Mark E wrote:
> This msg you posted was extremely uninformative. It'd be nice to know up front that the 2 links you pointed us all at lead to pages that offer zero useful information, unless you want an iteration of databases installed at mysql.com and a link to some soft porn.
> The implication you attempted to tie to this run of the mill hack job was that somehow it might lead to bad PR for WP. Got any useful info about that?
> On 03/30/2011 07:21 AM, Vid Luther wrote:
>> So, security lists are going to have a field day with this one, and I
>> wanted to help this community get ahead of it.
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