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Tunisian hackers deface website Notepad ++
A group of suspected Tunisian hackers the website of the popular text editor Notepad ++ Monday daubed with a defacement. The site was to read that not the Muslim world, but rather the West is responsible for millions of deaths.
The reason for the defacement was a recent version of Notepad ++ that the French developer ‘je suis Charlie called. He did this out of sympathy for the victims of the bloody attacks in Paris last week.
The administrator has now been taken offline the site, but through Google’s cache is read that hackers calling themselves the ‘Tunesian Cyber Resistance. They write that they denounce the action of the developer, because there are just a lot of killing by the West in Muslim countries. “Our message is clear,” they write. “Do not even think to play with us. We defend our messenger. We defend our religion.”
On Google+ confirms the developer that the site of the popular word processor is cracked. He says currently working on a solution and also highlights the types of Notepad ++ automatically after installation is no malware. “This is not a virus, but a way to express my support for Charlie Hebdo and the freedom of expression.”
Notepad ++ is a comprehensive text editor with many features that are useful mainly for programmers, such as syntax highlighting for include C, C ++, Java, HTML, XML and PHP. It also provides the ability to edit more than one document at a time and even one document in two different locations to maintain. The program for downloading via SourceForge .Viewing:-132
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