View Full Version : UFC.COM has new sponsors..good for them.

01-22-2012, 05:42 PM
Its always nice to get new support


Ring Leader
01-22-2012, 05:44 PM
you referring to the site getting hacked with the picture of hitler on it?

01-22-2012, 05:45 PM
you referring to the site getting hacked with the picture of hitler on it?

yes...i am

make sure u put your volume on lmao

01-22-2012, 07:13 PM
That was hilarious :lol1:

01-22-2012, 07:25 PM
:rofl: :rofl:

flinginmonkey Sean Ure
@danawhite u might want to get on the hack of your site

Dana White
@flinginmonkey don't give a ****!!

mgolini Mike Golini
@danawhite Ufc.com Has been hacked... Check it Out Dana.

Dana White
@mgolini don't care

1991randy Randy huerta
@danawhite Ufc hacked what's the deal

danawhite Dana White
@1991randy who gives a **** :)

XxYoursTrulyxX Patrick Mendez
@danawhite UFC website got hacked in case you hadn't noticed.

danawhite Dana White
@XxYoursTrulyxX don't give a ****! Lol

Silo702 Emilio Jr Montoya
@danawhite your a *ag

danawhite Dana White
@Silo702 ur fat as hell! That tent u are wearing doesn't hide it

JonTheSmithSwag John Smith
@danawhite UFC.com is down. A group of hackers named Anonymous might be behind it....

danawhite Dana White
@JonTheSmithSwag football day jackass! @Patriots Superbowl!!! I'm not google lol

01-22-2012, 08:21 PM

By Sergio Non, USA TODAY
6:38 PM

Someone temporarily hijacked the Ultimate Fighting Championship's website on Sunday, apparently because of the organization's stance on online piracy.

UFC.com on Sunday afternoon was briefly redirecting to another domain that identifies itself as the "Underground Nazi H4ck3rGr0up" site. UFC had things back to normal before 5:52 p.m. ET.

One individual identified himself as "JoshTheGod" on the domain to which UFC.com was redirecting. That person posted on Twitter at 4:51 p.m. ET to take credit for Sunday's incident:

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The mischief came on the heels of an opinion piece written by Lawrence Epstein, general counsel for UFC parent company Zuffa. The op-ed published Sunday in Zuffa's hometown newspaper, the Las Vegas Review-Journal, expressed support for proposed legislation such as the Protect IP Act and the Stop Online Piracy Act.

Both bills have been criticized heavily by Internet users and technology companies. To protest PIPA and SOPA, the popular Wikipedia site earlier this week replaced its pages for 24 hours with a note urging readers to speak out against the legislation.

Also this week, law enforcement officials in New Zealand and the United States shuttered the Megaupload site, which the Justice Department describes as a haven for pirated material. Shortly afterward, a cyberattack shut down the Justice Department's site for hours.

Zuffa for years has decried online piracy because the majority of its revenue comes from pay-per-view broadcasts. The company in recent years has become aggressive with lawsuits against parties it accuses of illegally streaming UFC shows on the Internet.

Dana White responds to the hacking:
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As of 6:45 p.m. EST the DNS seems to have been reset and UFC.com no longer loads. It's probably going to come back online shortly.

Here's a screenshot from 7:43 p.m. EST:
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01-22-2012, 08:28 PM
Dana White being a class-less idiot as usual.