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If they can do it to MSN.co.kr, then could they do it to other MSN sites?
Password-stealing software planted by hackers was active on Microsoft's popular MSN Web site in South Korea for days before the world's largest software company learned about the break-in and removed the computer code.
I don't think that article mentions it, but MSN in Korea is *not* run by Microsoft, but by a third party company.
It does mantion it, this is logical step for M$, blame it on somebody else.
What does that company has to do with the server? They are managing the site, not the servers...I mean if the server's secure even if the site has a button saying [ hack me ] nothing's gonna happen. And even if it was their fault (which I higly doubt) they failed to run "windows update" sheeesh. Billy you're pathetic.