Five Bangladeshi government websites hackedFebruary 12th, 2012 - 9:51 pm ICT by IANS
Dhaka, Feb 12 (IANS) A group of hackers, claiming to be Indians, attacked the websites of five ministries in Bangladesh as well as that of a trade organisation, a media report said Sunday.
The websites were of the ministries of communications, youth and sports, primary and mass education, education and posts and telecommunications, reported the Daily Star.
The website of the Trading Corporation of Bangladesh (TCB) was also hacked Saturday.
The sites went black and displayed the message: “Hacked by Love the Risk, Amal Landhe, Lnx Root, Silent Killer.”
In between two eyes resembling Indian flags, the hackers wrote: “We have an EYE on you.”
The name of the hacker group “Indian Cyber Army” was also displayed.
In the TCB website, the hackers wrote: “No one Can Stop Us, Hacked Saadi and Hax.r00t.”
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