NASA Sub-Domain is Vulnerable To Hackers

NASA Sub-Domain is Vulnerable To Hackers 
Virtual Heliospheric Observeatory, a sub-domain of NASA is Vulnerable. A fourteen years old ethical hacker from India named Code Smasher has found Cross-site request forgery (CSRF) vulnerability on the official website of Virtual Heliospheric Observeatory NASA. The hacker also claimed that using this vulnerability an attacker can even exploit the website and execute unauthorized commands. Click Here to know the vulnerable link. Few days ago another ethical hacker group found CSRF on wikileaks official site. If you dig the history you will find that previously NASA was hit many times by the hackers from different part of the world. Such as Spamers targeted NASA, TeaMp0isoN hacked NASA official forum, Chinese Hackers hit NASA satellites, Indian hacker minhal stole secrete  information from NASA and so on. Also we would like to give you reminder that well known hacker TinKode get busted for hacking into NASA server. So before playing with NASA be little conscious :)


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