Re: gibberish defacement?From: Eryn Rachell (firstname.lastname@example.org)
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Date: Mon, 4 Feb 2002 11:39:55 -0800 (PST) From: Eryn Rachell <email@example.com> To: Oliver Petruzel <firstname.lastname@example.org>, email@example.com
The oldest reference to this was in groups.google.com (UseNet :)
and was used in an example of html and content space ... but I've
not seen it in any defacement ...
--- Oliver Petruzel <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Does anyone have any history with the following gibberish? :
> ------------ begin snippet
> "through a top-down, proactive approach we can remain customer
> focused and goal-directed, innovate and be an inside-out organization
> which facilitates sticky web-readiness transforming turnkey eyeballs
> to brand 24/365 paradigms with benchmark turnkey channels
> implementing viral e-services and dot-com action-items while we take
> that action item off-line and raise a red flag and remember touch
> base as you think about the red tape outside of the box and seize
> B2B e-tailers and re-envisioneer innovative partnerships that evolve
> dot-com initiatives delivering synergistic earballs to incentivize
> B2B2C deliverables that leverage magnetic solutions to synergize
> clicks-and-mortar earballs while facilitating one-to-one action-items
> with revolutionary relationships that deliver viral markets and grow
> e-business supply-chains that expedite seamless relationships and
> transform back-end relationships withthrough a top-down, proactive
> approach we can remain customer focused and goal-directed, innovate
> and be an inside-out organization which facilitates sticky
> web-readiness transforming turnkey eyeballs to brand 24/365 paradigms
> with benchmark turnkey channels implementing viral e-services and
> dot-com action-items while we take that action item off-line and
> raise a red flag and remember touch base as you think about the red
> tape outside of the box and seize B2B e-tailers and re-envisioneer
> innovative partnerships that evolve dot-com initiatives delivering
> synergistic earballs to incentivize"
> ---------- end snippet
> Searching for lines of the above gibberish on Google, you will see
> numerous websites that appear to have been defaced
> I've encountered both Nix and IIS sites with this issue today...
> Any ideas?
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