Bill O'Reilly's website hacked

Unknown intruders have gained access to conservative Fox News host Bill O'Reilly's website, days after new broke that Sarah Palin's Yahoo email account had been accessed.

According to Wikileaks, which as posted proof of the attack, the hack came in retaliation for remarks O'Reilly made condemning the attack on Palin's Yahoo email account. O'Reilly said among other things

"I'm not going to mention the website that posted this, but it's one of those despicable, slimy, scummy websites...Everybody knows where this stuff is, OK, and they know the people who run the website, so why can't they go there tonight to the guy's house who runs it, put him in cuffs and take him down and book him?"

Screenshots on Wikileaks show the admin interface from O'Reilly's site, including including names, email addresses, passwords, and home town details of 20 subscribers of the website. The Register reports that details of 205 subscribers were intercepted, according to the company that maintains the O'Reilly website.