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Police and London Ambulance Service attended and took the 23-year-old man to hospital where he remains in a stable condition. The victim had been shopping and was on his way home when he was hit with a brick. He was then stabbed and robbed. A copy of Grand Theft Auto, a watch and mobile phone were stolen during the robbery. The motive for the attack is unclear at this stage.
I believe the motive was for a high score.
Full link: http://technologyexpert.blogspot.com/2008/01/riaa-website-wiped-clean-by-hackers.htmlSomeone apparently used SQL injection to wipe, and we do mean wipe, the website of the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) clean of content. (In case they've fixed the site, click the empty "Who We Are" statement above to see what their homepage looked like at the time of this writing.) Since the RIAA is usually chasing after pirates of copyrighted and copy-protected material, call it
... well, call it what you will. It started on Reddit, where a link to a really slow SQL query was posted. The post said "This link runs a slooow SQL query on the RIAA's server. Don't click it; that would be wrong."
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