Use this form to submit a hacked web site. But first, read the following:
We do not post EVERY site that gets hacked, just what we consider to be
the best and most memorable ones. A good hack is one that actually tries
to convey a message of some sort, rather than a lot of boasting and
bragging or a compilation of obscenities. Web page hacking is a form
of expression but it can also be seen as vandalism. We choose to focus
on the hacked sites that may actually mean something to people in the
years ahead in more ways than an indictment.
The exception to this is if the site hacked is extremely big and well
known. If that's the case, the hack itself becomes an historical event
regardless of what's contained on the hacked pages. We can only hope
that the message contained within will be significant as well.
We also do not post hacks that we have not been able to verify, which
is why it's important to submit a hacked site to us as quickly as
possible - they often don't last very long at all.
You only need to submit a hacked site once - repeat entries are
ignored by the system, as are invalidly formatted sites.
Finally, we do not record the addresses of people who submit sites
so it's not possible for us to reply or acknowledge your submission.
You can e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org if you want to send a more detailed
message that will include your return address.