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Syrian army cuts through the DNS for my “Twitter” and “New York Times”
A group of hackers “penetrating the Syrian army” the domain name system (DNS) on Twitter, for the transformation of the information domain ownership for the social networking site.
The pirate group published, loyal to Bashar Al-Assad, an image illustrating the range and penetration data changed the name of the owner of the domain and e-mail, via the official account on Twitter.
And Twitter officials treated with the penetration after a few minutes of “e”, the Syrian army, and returns the original data for the social networking site.
This hack while a pirate attack on another website for the New York Times.
A group of “Army” with American newspaper website hacked and convert traffic to main domain to a site, is expected to have a hack targeting system (DNS) for your site.
The newspaper suspended us scope to stop the conversion of visitors to the site, “the Syrian army”, have not yet succeeded, as of this writing, restart the website via the primary domain, nytimes.com, provided the default scope, http://220.127.116.11, to access the home page of its website.
These attacks are not the first by a pirate on the media as the hacked page of the New York post on Facebookaccount belonging to Reuters on Twitter hacked site financial times and calculated on Twitter, and penetrating accounts of the newspaper “the guardian” on Twitter.
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