From Darren Pauli, ITNews: A NATO server appears to have been hacked by a group that claims to have rooted the server with a private zero day exploit.
A private zero day exploit is a vulnerability discovered in a system that is not disclosed publicly before being used in an attack.
A 50 MB backup of 2646 files from what reportedly was NATO’s Apache Tomcat servlet was posted on a cyberlocker to prove the attack.
Online group Team Inj3ct0r claimed responsibility for the attack under the auspices of the AntiSec hacking movement and said it was made in response to alleged "nuclear weapons its development (sic) and financing." (graphic: Cyber Kool Tour)