But sometimes, one can go a little too far, as evidenced by their efforts to allege an Al-Queda hit job on their website, which was recently defaced:
I hate to tell them, but amatuer pranksters and hacker groups carry out mass website defacements all the time. Sometimes it's politics, sometimes ethnic pride, and sometimes just a way to show the level of their talents, since public websites can be viewed, thus allowing them to show the "score".
As the IT and website admin for my company, I know this all too well. Several months ago, they trashed my company’s corporate website – http://www.usgroupinc.com/. A few days later, it was back online and our host ended up moving to a more secure server.
If you want to read more, Zone-H is a major defacement archive website.
Cotton Boll Conspiracy hits it right on the head, citing
a computer expert contacted by The Associated Press who studied the site says the alterations are similar to those made about 4,500 times elsewhere on the Web.
Ray Dickenson of the technology security firm Authentium also says the alterations do not appear to have any political content in them.
My advice, quit making mountains out of websites (mole hills), and take your web hosting service to task over their server security.