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Try and hack me!

Posted on 2001-08-30
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I just made an webserver runnig iis and norton firewall!

It shouldnt be possible to hack me, but if u do i will give you 300 points!

and a hack only counts if you somehow tag my homepage!

the ip is

http://195.249.81.189/
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BlaZer earned 300 total points
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i just made a txt file called hacked.txt in root!

If you dont patch your iis your firewall wont help you much!

Contact me on Icq 83294653 and ill tell u how to close the hole!
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