Thursday, January 25, 2007

Beirut Clashes Spread Online



Just yesterday I was wondering when the FPM website would get hacked. Anyways, the title says it all...the FPM website was down for 8 minutes.

Everyone please continue consulting the updates post directly below this one!!

14 comments:

  1. Anonymous9:36 PM

    LF website was hacked yesterday too

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  2. Wait a minute! Nick put up that same picture last night, two posts down!! Are you thinking what I'm thinking??

    ;)

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  3. Nick, you should be working not hacking! habibi Nick, i was going to mention that but i decided not to... you know, to keep the peace, etc :p

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  4. Anonymous10:03 PM

    if its legal to block roads its legal to block websites!

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  5. God bless you abu jaafar

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  6. jade and guys,


    Good recent stuff.

    There's a typo in the (new) link to my blog. Can you please fix it?

    Thanks.

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  7. Thanks for the heads up Josey, its taken care of.

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  8. and u too, sheikh N'koula...

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  9. I wonder why the time is blotted out on that screen shot...

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  10. Good point! I got it from the a contributor in the FPM forum... Do u think those pictures I put up from the Tayyar website are fake? Photoshopped guns?

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  11. No I don't think they're fake...whats fake about them?? Maybe they're not comprehensive, but honestly...I'm sick of seeing my country in flames. There were plenty of other pix available as the day wore on...but I didn't put them up.

    Anyway I asked the guy what he was talking about so I guess we'll find out soon.

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  12. burger5:17 AM

    Abu Jaafar,

    The time being blurred out is a bit suspicious yes. But what is more suspicious is the fact that the "RSS" icon on the right side of the address bar is on. This indeed is odd. If the website was hacked, the RSS icon should have gone away unless the replacement page also has an RSS feed (which is pretty doubtful). The original tayyar.org does on the other hand have an RSS feed. So this might just have been photoshoped on top.

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