It would appear that hackers have penetrated SCO's website and substituted the main masthead graphic with a jibe criticising the firm's controversial attempt to claim ownership over core elements of Linux source code.
The hack replaced the main image on the www.sco.com homepage with the words: "We own all your code, pay us all your money."
The image still retains the original alt text 'Click here to learn about SCO's Webinar Schedule.'
At the time of going to press, the hacked image was still on the company's site. SCO was unavailable for comment.
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