Hollywood will get a rude awakening later today when three mainstream celebrities find out that their official websites have been defaced by digital graffiti artists the Prime Suspectz.
The three sites in question - jenniferaniston.com, melgibson.com and denzelwashington.com - were defaced overnight, with their usual glossy, star-spangled pages replaced by a Prime Suspectz logo featuring the Brazilian flag.
The hacks may prove just as embarrassing for Celebsites.com, which hosts the official homepages of the three celebrities as well as those of many more.
The defacers left messages delivering the usual: "Prime Suspectz owns great famous popstars of the world-wide cinema" as well as "Hi Mel Gibson, my mother loves you!! Jennifer, we love you!! Jennifer and BRAZIL RLZ... Hey Danzel [sic], you are a very good actor and my mother loves you too."
The hackers also left a Portuguese poem called The Star, which seemed all very sweet from the rough translation we got by running it through Babel Fish.
The celebrities' sites were all hosted on a sub-server called dev.celebsites.com running Microsoft IIS 5 on Windows 2000. At the time of going to press the sites were still defaced and presumably still vulnerable.
But the big question is how many other official celebrity sites are vulnerable if they are also being run off the same server?
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