Hacker News headline Hacked Horizon cruise ships have launched, so there’s no stopping them article Hacker and Horizon cruise-ship website Hacker News has been hacked.
The site is down, with no indication of how long it will be down or what the damage is.
Hacked cruise ships, such as the Horizon, can be launched via the website’s landing page, but the company has not commented on the breach.
The hackers claim to have breached a server used by the company and gained access to its login credentials.
The breach has been traced to a single IP address, according to Hacker News.
The hack also appears to be related to a recent hack of the website of the European Space Agency.
The incident appears to have been caused by an unidentified “malicious software” that may have been installed on the server.
The European Space agency, or ESA, is an international space agency and the governing body for all European space missions.
It is responsible for the ESA’s operations, including the planning and design of the agency’s satellites and spacecraft, as well as their operation.
The security of the Horizon website was later confirmed by a spokesperson for Horizon.
“The company has no immediate plans to fix the issue,” said the spokesperson.
“We are working with law enforcement authorities to identify the attackers, and will take appropriate action.”
The hackers say they have already taken down the Horizon cruise website, but have not provided further details on how.
Hacker News says that it is “fully offline” and has no further comment.
The hacking appears to come at a time when the company is under pressure to improve its reputation after several breaches.
Last month, hackers from the online publication The Intercept published a list of the company’s top 10 employees, revealing that it has a history of violating privacy laws and was behind a series of phishing emails aimed at getting employees to sign on for its social media accounts.
The Intercept, which has received funding from the US government, reported that a hacker known as “The Guy in Black” had used Horizon’s site to hack into employees’ email accounts, and that a second hacker known only as “Mr. White” had also used Horizon to hack its email system.
It later reported that the hack was “completely unauthorised”.
The hack was later revealed to have originated from the European Union, which is a member state of the United States.
The leaked list also claimed that the company was involved in “hacking the government”, and that it was also responsible for “stealing the identity of the President of the Republic of Macedonia”.