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Wednesday, July 02, 2008

'Malaysia Today' hacked again on 2nd July 2008

" defaced web page of Malaysia Today website "

Raja Petra Kamarudin popular political blog " Malaysia Today " was hacked this morning and the poor Internet connection affecting several areas in Malaysia has also affected efforts to restore the website. Hacked by the Asshole Hackers group GasakdotNet, visitors are greeted by a smiling Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad dressed in army fatigues, an obvious picture alteration to the Mel Gibson movie poster “We Were Soldiers.”

I was logged out for a couple of hours, but manage to get in with overseas proxy server. Try accessing Malaysia Today website from this address

But due to denial-of-service attack (DoS attack) or distributed denial-of-service attack (DDoS attack) by certain quarters, which is an attempt to make a Malaysia Today server computer resource unavailable to its users-(rakyat Malaysia that wanted to know the truth). Because of this attempt, services are temporarily unavailable. The people there are working frantically to restore it. For more detailed info, read announcement from the admin at http://mtadmin.livejournal.com


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