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what the fuck happened this time to mikuchan.org

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That's a good question.

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1024chan's boards show this.
If they were a mikuchan affiliate, then mikuchan may have been "hacked" too.

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They got hacked through a Kusaba exploit that lets people create admin accounts.

lol kusaba

>> No.11229   [Delete]   [Edit]

Oh, so you're the other guy who goes to Mikuchan, nice to meet you Anon.

>> No.11230   [Delete]   [Edit]

So the whole Censored bullshit means they were hacked?

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don't tell me that you really trought there were investigations and such going about it. it's so unlikely it's comical.

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I go on occasion too man

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They are back (http://mikuchan.org), minus "about two months worth of data".

It's nice that volunteer systems administrators have to spend their time making off-site backups of their site every night in order to be safe, while the vandals are typically never punished.

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