Proxy exposes Excite@Home data

    Date30 May 2001
    CategoryHacks/Cracks
    3122
    Posted ByAnthony Pell
    A single misconfigured server exposed broadband provider Excite@Home's internal corporate network to hackers for at least three months, making its customer list of 2.95 million cable modem subscribers accessible to anyone with a web browser and a modicum of cyber smarts . . . A single misconfigured server exposed broadband provider Excite@Home's internal corporate network to hackers for at least three months, making its customer list of 2.95 million cable modem subscribers accessible to anyone with a web browser and a modicum of cyber smarts , SecurityFocus has learned.
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