Man Admits to Intrusion into Six Flags Website
A man charged for allegedly hacking a Website of Six Flags Amusement park when he was staying in Greenville eventually admitted on August 26, 2008 to deliberately causing harm to Six Flags' computer system.
Walt Wilkins, the US Attorney, said that evidence gathered in the case suggests that in February 2004, Mark Daniel Kahn, 27, interrupted with Six Flags Website. In the site's operation, Kahn had injected a piece of malware into the online forms for job application that was subsequently transferred to the Six Flags Amusement park Website, as reported by TheState on August 27, 2008.
Moreover, Kahn flooded Six Flags with a large number of fake job applications that bore statements like "Fix Your site!!! I'll keep ...
» SPAMfighter News - 04-09-2008
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