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Semantics. If it was an SQL injection attack, it was an SQL injection account that caused a DNS issue. No one cares about a specific SQL injection vulnerability, what matters is that a domain stopped being secure. Nothing bad happened here, but they could have made the fake page look like Google and collected a bunch of logins.



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