MV Agusta Madness Site Update : LUSENET : MV Agusta F4 : One Thread

Yes, it is ufortunately true that the MV Agusta Madness site has been "destroyed" by hackers but Skipper Landry is on the case regards rebuilding the site, watch this space.............. Cheers JSM

-- julian mclean (, March 01, 2005


Why would a bunch of Arabs want to hack a motorcycle website ? Better than the bastards flying aeroplanes into buildings I suppose

-- Martin Gaudion (, March 01, 2005.

what kind of ridiculous racist assumption is that?!?!

-- frederick (, March 01, 2005.

Not a Racist assumption, seems to be just a comment.

-- Peter F (, March 01, 2005.

the hackers identified themselves as being saudi. however, this could be bogus.

-- Leonardo (, March 01, 2005.

It's stuff like that that gets me wondering about how safe taxpayers money is.

The theory goes something like this:

There is a desire amongst the worlds security services to improve their budgets and job security.

Terrorist activity needs to be visible to make us all a little more nervous.

You can see where I'm going with this........and no I don't believe it either. It's just a bunch of kids being ASSHOLES!

-- Mark M (, March 02, 2005.

Is it not just a DNS hack? If its the primary index file why should you leave it like this? IP is now

-- hb (, March 02, 2005.

Skip has problems! Are there any web wizards here that can help him.

They have replaced his primary html page by this one pointing to the lycos UK member site

-- hb (, March 03, 2005.

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