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Koscheck warns MySpace hacker

If you’re the person who hacked into Josh Koscheck’s MySpace account recently and posted negative words about Dana White and the UFC under Kos’ identity, you better start running.

In a MySpace bulletin, Koscheck reveals his displeasure about the hacker in a message written in all-caps (which means yelling):

I DID NOT POST THIS BULLETIN! MY PAGE WAS HACKED!!

#1- IN NO WAY SHAPE OR FORM DID I HAVE ANYTHING TO DO
WITH THE BULLETIN THAT WAS POSTED AT 11:41AM ON 6/6/2007 WITH THE SUBJECT READING “THE UFC AND BOXING”
THAT WOULD BE CAREER SUICIDE!

#2- I AM IN THE PROCESS OF DOING A TRACE ON MY PAGE AND THE PERSON WHO DID HACK MY PAGE WILL BE FOUND, ITS JUST A MATTER OF TIME! ALL I HAVE TO SAY TO THAT PERSON IS WATCH YOUR BACK B/C YOU NOT ONLY INVOLVED ME BUT YOU INVOLVED THE UFC AND PRESIDENT DANA WHITE AND HE IS NOT TO HAPPY ABOUT IT!!

If Dana is not happy about it and gets involved, why do I feel we might see some hacker wash up in a lake pretty soon?

5 COMMENTS
  • says:

    Prison term coming….

  • says:

    I would rather serve prison than deal with dana and his goons. I don’t think some people realized where the fertittas got their money. I live down in houston which is by galveston, so I know their story.

  • says:

    He’s gonna be sleeping with da fishes.

  • says:

    i’m wondering how his page was “hacked”. there’s pretty much two ways to “hack” a myspace page, that’s to have the user’s password or to have the user install an “infected” page template. so either he’s using crap password security, or his assistant or whoever installed some off-the-shelf myspace template. I just looked at the template and it looked like a custom one…do UFC fighters make their own myspace pages, or does UFC provide some of them with pages? seems like a good marketing move.

    I could, of course, be totally wrong about the “only two ways” thing, but those are the only two ways I’ve seen thus far that you can compromise a myspace page. just my personal experience. I disagree totally with people messing with other folk’s space on the series of tubes, but i also don’t have much sympathy for folks who don’t practice safer surfing. Change your password, once every 6 months at least.

  • says:

    i did a little googlin and there’s a few other “hacks”, almost all of which require users installing code they score off a strange website.

    which is not the smartest thing you can do if you want to be secure.

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