The Turkish hacking group “Turk Hack Team” has recently targeted Denmark and claimed responsibility for leaking over 1 million Danish citizen records.
The group posted on their Turkish forum, warning the Danish government about their actions and disrespect towards the Quran.
They stated that since their warnings were not taken seriously and the aggression continued, they have shared some important Danish data that they have collected.
The group claims to have leaked a file named “Danish Operation.rar (English)” which contains over 1 million Danish citizen records.
It is unclear at this time what specific information the file contains, but the leak is concerning for Danish citizens whose personal information may have been compromised.
In their post, the group demanded an official apology from the Danish government to the public and warned them against further aggression towards Islam and holy values.
They also warned that if these events continue, they will target institutions, organizations, states, and communities that support the burning of the Quran.
It’s worth noting that these types of leaks often appear to be a collection of previously leaked records from various sources, and it is not uncommon for hackers to claim responsibility for obtaining information that was actually taken in previous breaches.
However, we cannot confirm the authenticity of the data in this particular leak without further analysis.
Turk Hack Team Telegram Channel
For those interested in following the activities of the Turkish hacking group, Turk Hack Team, they have an active Telegram channel where they share their latest exploits and data leaks. You can find their Telegram channel at https://t.me/turkhckteam.
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What do you think about the actions of the Turk Hack Team in response to the burning of the Qur’an? Do you think cyber attacks and data leaks are an appropriate form of retaliation in such situations?