[Coco] [SPAM] Re: [Color Computer] Coco3.com showing Hacked by orB message

Bill Collins bilge at motleydeercamp.com
Mon Nov 20 22:00:52 EST 2006

I would exercise caution in possibly giving this hacker you're password by 
attempting to log in at this time.  Obviously the integrity of the code has 
been compromised but we do not fully know to what extent.

This orB (or Bro going by the capital B clue) my be phishing for passwords 
(many people use the same passwords over many of the sites they visit.)

Again, I'd contact the host and roll back to backup prior to this assault to 
guarantee the elimination of any malicious code.  Then get the proper 
updates for the software.  I noticed that they are up to version 2.1.7 and 
the board is running 1.3.


> Robert Gault wrote:
>> Here is a follow-up. If I delete all www.coco3.com cookies in Mozilla,
>> then I can at least reach the forums and read messages. I still can't
>> log in to the forum.
>> My guess is that the member list is what was hacked and some names get
>> vectored to the hacked message.
> An additional follow-up. My ID has been lost or removed from the forum
> list. Whether using Win98SE or WinXP, I can now see the messages but
> every message lists the poster as Unregistered.
> It looks like the site has been hacked again and the user list
> completely trashed.
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> No virus found in this incoming message.
> Checked by AVG Free Edition.
> Version: 7.1.409 / Virus Database: 268.14.10/541 - Release Date: 
> 11/20/2006

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