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“Ex.: _ili parolis unu al alia_, they spoke to one another; _ni parolis unu al la alia_, we spoke to each other; _unu aŭ la alia taŭgos_, either (one or the other) will do; _nek unu nek la alia konvenas_, neither (one nor the other) is suitable.”
“The recent antics of braggart grey hat hacker "unu" shows even top security websites F-Secure, BitDefender, Symantec and Kaspersky Lab are susceptible to botnet-driven SQL hacks.”
“With the exception of "unu", none of the cardinals may receive the plural ending "- j" or the accusative ending "- n".”
“The SQL injection issue has been disclosed by a Romanian hacker calling himself "unu" and, according to the screenshots he has provided, it is located in a section of the bt. com website.”
“We don't want to put BT clients in danger by providing sensitive informations [sic.] and hints to a potential attacker," "unu" writes.”
“Even so, the whitehat hacking group expresses its appreciation for the professionalism and manners displayed by BT when handling this incident and "unu" advises caution.”
“Furthermore, "unu" explains that "We kept on hold the publication of the vulnerable parameter, which would allow full access in ALL the databases of the main server, waiting for the issue to be solved.”
“The original security breach was reported by a Romanian hacker calling himself "unu" in a post on the website of the self-proclaimed ethical hacking outfit HackersBlog.”
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“Latest evidence that hackers are showoffs at heart: a Romanian coder, known as unu, has revived hacking for bragging rights as a headline grabber.”
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