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Pierce College’s website gets hacked again

Pierce College’s website got hacked again

Traffic to piercecollege.edu was redirected to a pornographic site, just before midnight on August 18, 2013. Within an hour it was changed, directing traffic to the Twitter account of @Largest_. The site was restored before 1:30 a.m. @Largest_ hacked Pierce earlier this year: http://bit.ly/16ZlUHy

  1. theroundupnews.com/2013/02/07/off…
  2. Piercecollege.edu gets hacked again. WARNING: website now redirects to pornography website. @PierceCollegeCA pic.twitter.com/U5jRXhbrsx
  3. @roundupnews Will be changing it back to normal shortly. Don’t get your panties in a bunch.
  4. Piercecollege.edu no longer redirects traffic to porn site. @Largest redirects to his Twitter. @PierceCollegeCA pic.twitter.com/TL9jC2CFmd

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