The SCO Group Inc.'s Web site has once again been attacked, but this time hackers didn't just target the site for a distributed-denial-of-service attack—they defaced the Web site itself.
The site was altered in at least two ways sometime during the Thanksgiving weekend. The most obvious attack was on SCO's home page, where a banner image for SCO Web seminars has been replaced with a JPEG image that says, "We own all your code. Pay us all your money." In the background, a woman appears to be writing "realloc(," a common C language function used to change the size of a memory block. The image was still on the site at the time this report was written.
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