Except that the link that the inq uses to get to the page telling the story at casinocitytimes.com revealed a little more information than they should have. Because the URL on the inq was mistyped – they tried to make two links but only made one broken one.
When I clicked on the link: http://www.casinocitytimes.com/news/article.cfm?contentID=153470%5D %20and%20here%20[http://realtytimes.com/rtcpages/20050831_titleinsurance.htm I received an error page that was obviously the result of an unchecked contentID being passed right from the url into the SQL.
This is a classic case of unchecked user supplied data being trusted which leads to a compromise in security and some very red faces when some naughty people get hold of it.
I hope they fix it soon.