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Anonymous Threatens to Continue Attacking Government Sites

Anonymous hackers have issued a new statement for Operation Egypt (OpEgypt). The hackers threaten to keep attacking Egyptian government sites, including, but not limited to, the ones of the Ministry of Information, Cabinet of Ministers and the Ministry of Interior.

“Mr. Morsi does not seem to understand the consequences of his doings. He is gambling with the future of a whole nation for the benefit of his corrupt group,” the hacktivists said in a statement released on Saturday. 

“He did not keep his most important promise regarding the constitution, and he is causing death to dozens of his own people, including those who have chosen him hoping for a change.”

At the time of writing, the website of the Ministry of Information was accessible, but the ones of the Cabinet of Ministers and the Ministry of Interior appeared to be offline.

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8 Egyptian Government Sites Attacked by Hackers in Protest Against Police Brutality

At least 8 Egyptian government websites have been taken down by hacktivists after a videoshowing riot police officers beating a man came to light. The distributed denial-of-service (DDOS) attacks have been launched as part of Operation Egypt (#OpEgypt).

According to EHN, the targeted websites are the ones of the Ministry of Culture (ecm.gov.eg), the Ministry of Information (moinfo.gov.eg), Cabinet of Egypt (cabinet.gov.eg), the country’s Information Portal (eip.gov.eg), the Ministry of Planning and International Cooperation (mic.gov.eg), and the Ministry of Interior (moiegypt.gov.eg).

The sites of the Center for Information and Decision Support Cabinet (idsc.gov.eg) and the one of the State Authority for New and Renewable Energy (nrea.gov.eg) have also been shut down. (Softpedia)


More : http://news.softpedia.com/news/8-Egyptian-Government-Sites-Attacked-by-Hackers-in-Protest-Against-Police-Brutality-326485.shtml

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