Wednesday, July 27, 2005
  What the Hack!
Holidays in The Netherlands
So i'll be in a tent at What the Hack! : "A hackers guide to camping.
Beware of a chaotic system encountered outside computer labs called

And in that light (or in a real view of shaku maku: the dark!) i translated this remarkable info from Italian:

Guantanamo attacked via the Web
The homepage of the US base Guantanamo has been repeatedly attacked by hackers. The first attack at the website happened last Saturday and immediately after, the group of 'Iran Hackers Sabotage' succeeded to introduce themselves in the site and publish a note. The hacker group condemns in this note any type of terrorism underscoring that the recent attacks have also damaged the muslims of the whole world. In the American Marine base at the isle of Cuba are imprisoned, according to the most recent information of the Pentagon, about 510 believed 'fighters from abroad'. At the moment 52 prisoners are on hungerstrike (since more than a week) in a protest against the 'unhuman' conditions in which they are forced to live in the prison.

Original in ITALIAN: Guantanamo attaccato via web La homepage della base statunitense di Guantanamo è stata ripetutamente presa di mira dagli hacker. Il primo attacco alla pagina web è avvenuto nella giornata di sabato scorso, e, subito dopo, il sedicente gruppo «Iran Hackers Sabotage» è riuscito a introdursi nel sito internet e a pubblicare una notarella. Il gruppo di hacker nel comunicato condanna ogni tipo di terrorismo e sottolinea che i recenti attentati hanno danneggiato anche i musulmani di tutto il mondo. Nella base navale americana sull'isola di Cuba sono detenuti, secondo i dati più recenti del Pentagono, circa 510 presunti «combattenti stranieri». Al momento 52 detenuti sono in sciopero della fame per protestare contro le condizioni «inumane» in cui sono costretti a vivere in carcere.

Sorry, my translation from italian to english is not the most beautiful, but i thought this is tooo nice for a piece of news to keep it from you.
Friends in Iraq, my very, very best bests in such difficult times. Please try not to give up.
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