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I need a better name for this page, as this is intended to be a general overview and catchall for Linux related counterparts of things commonly considered Windows problems, like viruses, worms, etc.

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  • (rhk) Hackers turn on open source, James Middleton [15-05-2002] -- article pointing to a recent increase in hacker (cracker) attacks on site using open source software (Linux). Focus seems to on German sites for no known reason, and article points out that sometimes a defacement of one site on a virtual server defaces all the sites run by that virtual server.

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  • RandyKramer - 17 May 2002
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