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From: [email protected] <[email protected]>
Reply-To: [email protected]
To: [email protected]
Date: Jul 15, 2005 3:52 AM
Subject: Spread Firefox outage and privacy breach notice
On Tuesday, July 12, the Mozilla Foundation discovered that the server hosting Spread Firefox, our community marketing site, had been accessed on Sunday, July 10 by unknown remote attackers who exploited a security vulnerability in the software running the site. This exploit was limited to SpreadFirefox.com and did not affect other mozilla.org web sites or Mozilla software.

We don't have any evidence that the attackers obtained personal information about site users, and we believe they accessed the machine to use it to send spam. However, it is possible that the attackers acquired information site users provided to the site.

As a Spread Firefox user, you have provided us with a username and password. You may also have provided us with other information, including a real name, a URL, an email address, IM names, a street address, a birthday, and private messages to other users.

We recommend that you change your Spread Firefox password and the password of any accounts where you use the same password as your Spread Firefox account. To change your Spread Firefox password, go to SpreadFirefox.com, log in with your current password, select "My Account" from the sidebar, select "Edit Account" from the sidebar, then enter your new password into the Password fields and press the "Save user information" button at the bottom of the page.

The Mozilla Foundation deeply regrets this incident and is taking steps to prevent it from happening again. We have applied the necessary security fixes to the software running the site, have reviewed our security plan to determine why we didn't previously apply those fixes in this case, and have modified that plan to ensure we do so in the future.

Sincerely,
The Mozilla Foundation
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calito

yo uso opera

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CeRvEcErO

puede que aparezca porque fue hackeado y lop ueden haber puesto ellos para recopilar
a partir de ahora los datos... y si no es así... y me llegan a cagar alguna cuenta, van a
tener que pagarme!!!!!!!!! MUEJEJEJE 😈

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KveD

sospechoso no es... porque aparece en www.spreadfirefox.com

Spread Firefox Downtime
Posted by Asa Dotzler (asa) on Fri, 07/15/2005 - 01:44 :: Spreading Firefox

As you've no doubt noticed, we've been down for a few days. We took the site down
to investigate an attack on the site. It appears that a part of Spread Firefox
was hacked in an attempt to use it to send out spam. It doesn't look like the
attacker accessed any personal data on the site, but to be safe, we're encouraging
all of our users to log in and change their passwords. If you have an account with
Spread Firefox, you probably received an email about this with instructions for
updating your password.

We're sorry for the inconvenience and glad to have the site back up and running. A
big thanks to Alex Polvi, Ian Hayward, Paul Booker, Dave Miller, Myk Melez, Corey
Shields, Scott Kveton, Rafael Ebron, Chris Messina, Daryl L. Houston, and everyone
else involved for their heroic efforts and help investigating the compromise and
getting us back up and running. And thanks to you all for your patience.

  • Asa
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El-Guru

sera nuestro kaker???? ... sera peluchin????? 😯

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nachitto88

hmmm...suena sospechoso eso

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