Hackers Group Daub website Malaysia Airlines




The hacker group Lizard Squad has defaced the website of Malaysia Airlines. The defacement was via a DNS attack. The group claims information from the servers of the airline to release, but it is unclear whether the group actually has data.

The website Malaysia Airlines from Monday shows the text “404 – Not Found Plane” and “Hacked by Lizard Squad. Official Cyber ​​Caliphate. ” According to the BBC’s site earlier also showed the text “ISIS will prevail, but that text would be removed. According to the airline, it is a DNS attack and the servers of the company not invaded. A DNS hijack is the easiest way to deface sites because third parties are not always that dns hosting have their security in order.

Twitter claims The Lizard Squad data from the servers of Malaysia Airlines to release, but there are no indications that the group actually has the systems of the group cracked. The Lizard Squad got past months to fame defacements and DDoS attacks include gaming networks.

According to security researcher Brian Krebs, the attacks have been targeted advertising for a paid DDoS service. Multiple group of suspects have been arrested and the customer base was for the DDoS service to be on the streets.


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