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September 04, 2011, 08:42:20 PM
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I cannot get any tracking information, so i went to UPS.com and:
http://www.freezepage.com/1315168900YSSKBLGFCV
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September 04, 2011, 08:47:31 PM
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Masons did it.
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September 04, 2011, 08:50:16 PM
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No, it was Bruce!

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September 04, 2011, 08:52:57 PM
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Is this the end of mail!?!
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September 04, 2011, 08:55:47 PM
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Is this the end of mail!?!

That's the USPS.
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September 04, 2011, 09:03:00 PM
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Must've delivered one too many "signature required" packages to LulzSec in the middle of the day. I hate it when they do that.

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September 04, 2011, 09:52:42 PM
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Must've delivered one too many "signature required" packages to LulzSec in the middle of the day. I hate it when they do that.

I'm sure someone at UPS is cheering, saying, "Hey, customer service people? Next time someone calls all pissed off because a package going from Springfield, MA to Boston, MA ended up in California, Texas, and France before ending up in Massachusetts again only to end up in Florida... Blame the hackers!!"

"MOOOOOOOM! SOME MYTHICAL WOLFBEAST GUY IS MAKING FUN OF ME ON THE INTERNET!!!!"
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September 04, 2011, 11:19:42 PM
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Don't worry, they'll come back eventually and you'll get 49% of your package
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September 04, 2011, 11:36:32 PM
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LOL DDoS I CALL HAX!!!

Really tho I couldn't access the site and DDoS isn't really a hack its just an annoyance.
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September 04, 2011, 11:39:25 PM
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LOL DDoS I CALL HAX!!!

Really tho I couldn't access the site and DDoS isn't really a hack its just an annoyance.

Look at the screen capture in the link in the first post.

It's likely the reason you can't reach ups.com now is that the sysadmins would have shut off the server and disconnected it from the net the instant they discovered a major breach.

After all, there's customer information and things like that in there, along with access to a package transit database...

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September 04, 2011, 11:40:00 PM
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LOL DDoS I CALL HAX!!!

Really tho I couldn't access the site and DDoS isn't really a hack its just an annoyance.


Who said anything about DDoS?

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September 04, 2011, 11:40:51 PM
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LOL DDoS I CALL HAX!!!

Really tho I couldn't access the site and DDoS isn't really a hack its just an annoyance.


Who said anything about DDoS?

Hey, I didn't say that.

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September 04, 2011, 11:46:15 PM
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Sorry mates, I was assuming the link was to the hackers "WE DID IT" page.
and when i went to UPS.com I just assumed it was getting DDoS'd
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September 04, 2011, 11:49:39 PM
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Hey, I didn't say that.

What the fuck are you talking about?

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September 05, 2011, 01:18:45 AM
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September 05, 2011, 02:26:09 PM
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Look at the screen capture in the link in the first post.

It's likely the reason you can't reach ups.com now is that the sysadmins would have shut off the server and disconnected it from the net the instant they discovered a major breach.

After all, there's customer information and things like that in there, along with access to a package transit database...
It was actually a DNS hack; someone compromised their DNS provider and redirected the domain to their own server. They did the same thing to theregister.co.uk, telegraph.co.uk, and a handful of other sites that used the same DNS provider. (Promotional opportunity for namecoins? Wink )

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September 05, 2011, 02:35:33 PM
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what's the ip of their webserver anyway. I'm waiting for a package, supposed to arrive today  Undecided

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September 05, 2011, 02:45:59 PM
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It was actually a DNS hack; someone compromised their DNS provider and redirected the domain to their own server. They did the same thing to theregister.co.uk, telegraph.co.uk, and a handful of other sites that used the same DNS provider. (Promotional opportunity for namecoins? Wink )


Fleshed out info http://www.bloomberg.com/news/2011-09-05/ups-says-domain-registration-firm-unable-to-provide-access-1-.html

UPS, Vodafone, Betfair Internet Traffic Hacked

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United Parcel Service Inc. (UPS), Betfair Group Plc (BET) and Vodafone Group Plc (VOD) were among companies whose websites were disrupted by an attack that redirected Internet users to a hacking holding page.

Online gaming company Betfair said in an e-mail that there may be problems with traffic “for some hours ahead.” Vodafone’s group website, which doesn’t hold customer data, was also subject to the attack, said Simon Gordon, a spokesman for the world’s biggest mobile-phone company.

The “illegal changes were reversed quickly,” said Stuart Fuller, a spokesman for Group NBT, the U.K. company which hosts the domain registrations. “While no one can completely defend against such sustained and concentrated malicious attacks we will continue to review our systems.”

Hackers changed so-called Domain Name System records without breaching the websites themselves, according to Sophos Ltd., a computer security provider. Consequently, users were taken to a third-party website. Traffic to client websites was redirected to a page branded TurkGuvenligi, NBT said.

UPS, the world’s largest provider of package deliveries, said no customer data was compromised. “A fix is in place, and we expect access to UPS.com to resume to impacted customers within a couple of hours,” Susan Rosenberg, a spokeswoman for Atlanta-based UPS, said in an e-mailed statement yesterday.

Access to the websites of computer-maker Acer Inc. (2353) and publications including The Register was disrupted by a hack that redirected users to the home page of the attacker, ZDNet reported. The websites for National Geographic also were affected, Sophos said.

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