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Web Hosting Websites and Government Agency Web Sites in Cambodia under Attack from Hackers

Web Hosting Websites and Government Agency Web Sites in Cambodia under Attack from Hackers

Web Hosting Websites and Government Agency Web Sites in Cambodia under Attack from Hackers

Greatresponder.com on September 11, 2012 : After the arrest of one of the member of most wanted hackers group from Cambodia, the websites hosted through web hosting company as well as dedicated web servers of governmental organization, intelligence security agencies, security forces, and many other departments of governmental as well as nongovernmental websites are under serious attacks from the hackers. This was noticed by many web hosting and other cyber companies and website in the country.

This is important to note that a couple of weeks back, the a web hosting website called the’ pirate bay’ was stopped and sealed; one of the member of the most wanted cyber crime group was arrested by the Cambodian authorities a couple of weeks back. The web hosting company also denied of any kind of involvement into the pirated activities of the web site. The website used to share the files of data most of them fell into the circle of infringement. There were many complaints from different legitimate companies and professionals for copy right issues associated with Pirate bay web site.

Finally, one of these people who were also involved in this cyber crime was arrested in Cambodia and subsequently is being tried in the courts. This triggered the associates of this criminal group and many websites of Cambodia are under attack.

The group that is attacking these website most of them governmental ones calls it as ‘Null Crew’; it leaves the messages on bulletin boards of the website after they are hacked. They first hacked the websites of the ministry of public works and the Cambodian Institute of Standards; they posted the message that a huge number of passwords of different accounts and databases were hacked. They also posted that list of the codes, which they claim to be the passwords of those governmental website accounts.

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