By Joey Bunch
The Denver Post
The city and county of Denver website was pulled down Monday night after
it was hacked, the second such attack in a week.
Eric Brown, a spokesman for the mayor's office, said he didn't know what
time the site was breached and when it might be restored.
Starting about 8 a.m. Thursday, Denvergov.org was down for six hours
after it was hacked. Brown said he did not know whether the cases were
Denver police are investigating both attacks.
The hacker's page was pulled down before 9 p.m., and the city put up a
page that said, "The City and County of Denver's website is undergoing
The hacker's green-and-black page that replaced the city's home page
proclaimed "VIRuS.Ra3ch was here," and included a warning in code: "W3
C4n't H4ck A4y Thing ~ But W3 H4ck Wh4t W3 W4nt & your Security
Information Has Been Passed Off," as well as an e-mail address and
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