Syrian cyber Army
The Associated Press Twitter account (@AP) has been hacked. Please do not respond to news posted there in the last 20 minutes. read AP Facebook.
Following is what AP published:
Hackers compromised Twitter accounts of The Associated Press on Tuesday, sending out a false tweet about an attack at the White House.
The Twitter account of FIFA President Sepp Blatter has been hacked.(resport Independent)
FIFA has confirmed that the Twitter accounts of president Sepp Blatter and the World Cup team have been hacked, with a series of controversial messages left on both.
The co-ordinated hacking affected the @SeppBlatter and the @FifaWorldCup accounts, with messages suggesting the decision to award the 2022 World Cup to Qatar had been corrupted.
Syrian Cyber Eagles breached the official website of the Saudi Commission for Tourism and Antiquities SCTA.gov.sa.Report ehackingnews.
The hacker team announced the breach in Twitter,When EHN asked the hacker how they hacked into the site, the hackers responded " First we use the Mail Server Intrusion to hack the Adminstrator, then we upload a ASPX Shell because they are hosted on a Windows 2003."
The hacked websites still show the defacement page. The mirror of the defacement can be found at zone-h :
In a cyber attack that started around 10am Friday morning and has continued into the afternoon the Twitter and Facebook accounts of one of Qatar’s most internationally known institutions have been hacked by loyalists of Syrian president Bashar Al Assad.
The Facebook page of Qatar Foundation has been taken offline in the last half hour or so.
The accounts of Al Arabiya News Channel on the social networking websites Facebook and Twitter were infiltrated by unidentified hackers who posted false news that they attributed to the channel.
Hackers posted news about an explosion at a Qatari natural gas field that killed dozens of people. A story about a coup in Qatar was also published.
Hackers also posted a story reporting a series of explosions in the Syrian city of Tartus and another alleging that international observers had been shot on their way out of Homs.