A national hacked more than 24 government websites Saturday morning in just two hours after those in charge of these websites ignored messages of a possible attack, said an online newspaper.
Through his Twitter account, the hacker “Cyber of Emotion” said that after the government websites ignored his messages about a possible attack, his group announced that it was going to attack those websites lacking strong protection and security.
The Saudi hacker and his team with the Arabic hashtag #minna_wala_min_ghairena (from us and not from others) said these hackings would not harm the data. “We are just creating a hurdle in the entry till these websites are corrected,” he said.
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