NZXT Was Victim of Sabotage
By Cássio Lima on July 15, 2010 - 6:36 PM

This week, NZXT, a well-known manufacturer of computer cases, power supplies, fans, and peripherals, was the victim  of sabotage. Hackers had accessed their website and sent out a newsletter claiming that NZXT is going out of business. They also changed product warranties, and deleted products and home page banners. Johnny Hou, product manager and co-founder of NZXT, sent a report to the press, explaining what happened and saying that the company is not going out of business. Hou also said that NZXT will be launching new products in a few months, including the full-tower Phantom case.

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