Users of America Online’s instant-messaging program and system were unwittingly connected to profanity and pornography last Saturday, according to an anti-AOL Web site.
AOL Watch said that malicious hackers — more accurately known as “crackers” — inserted profane graffiti, X-rated photos and sound files throughout the “Entertainment” section in AIM Today. The AIM Today feature of AOL’s Instant Messenger (AIM) generally pops up when a user first starts the AIM program, unless the user has disabled the feature.
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