I was just browsing a few blogs this evening and saw that NASA's Instrument Systems and Technology Division and their Software Engineering Division web sites were hacked and found to be vulnerable to what looks like SQL Injection as well as poor access controls. There may be a few other things going on there, but the details were pretty sparse, and I wasn't really looking to start probing the sites myself to find out what they're precisely vulnerable to.
The screenshot to the left shows access to the page editing functions of the site. NASA needs to get these sites secure as soon as possible. Any script-kiddie could walk in there and start adding their favorite drive-by download exploits as it stands.
The admin credentials (35 of them) were lifted off both Web servers by "c0de.breaker"
Original posting is over at TinKode.
Note: I've been advised that these vulnerabilities have been remediated.