Islamic group hack six government websites in Thailand

Bangkok: Six official websites of Thai government have been hacked on Monday allegedly by an Islamic group from Tunisia which posted footage of Rohingya Muslims fleeing persecution in Myanmar on the webpages.

The Islamic group calling itself Fallag Gassrini & Dr Lamouchi, left messages saying: “Your websites have been hacked by Fallag Gassrini & Dr Lamouchi hacker group from Tunisia. You have to offer respect to ourindividuals. We, the Fallaga group, are Muslims. We are peace-loving individuals.”

They additionally posted footage of Rohingya Muslims fleeing persecution in Myanmar and Muslim youngster victims of bomb assaults have been posted on the websites, Bangkok Post reported.

This hacker group beforehand labored with different Islamic teams and hacked a number of Israeli and French websites.

An official on the Ministry of Information and Technology Communication stated the hacking was carried out concurrently worldwide, utilizing the Linux command line.


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