NASA online servers attacked

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London, UK - 18 December 2003, 11:30 GMT - On the same day as the US President and 34,000 onlookers celebrated a hundred years of powered flight and the achievements of the Wright brothers at Kitty Hawk, thirteen NASA sites were attacked by the Brazilian hacking group DRWXR. Those NASA.GOV systems continue to remain inaccessible today. Brazil reserves the honour of airplane pioneer for countryman Alberto Santos Dumont, who flew a bamboo-and-silk biplane in Paris, before a crowd of witnesses, on 12th November 1906. He was also hailed across Europe as the inventor of the airplane.


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