A group calling itself the Syrian Electronic Army hacked the Al Jazeera English Web site yesterday with messages supporting president Bashar al-Assad
Via Ars Technica:

Targeting the news organization’s “Syria Live Blog,” which has been providing ongoing coverage of the Arab League’s observer mission to Syria and developments in the ongoing unrest in the country, the hacker group calling itself the Syrian Electronic Army posted pro-Assad and pro-Syrian government images to the site…
…On their own site, the Syrian Electronic Army announced the “code re-penetration” of the site by a “professional Syrian battalion” of hackers, denouncing Al Jazeera for broadcasting “false and fabricated news” to “ignite sedition” among the people of Syria and achieve the goals of “Washington and Tel Aviv.”

Image: Pro Assad image posted to Al Jazeera English’s Syria Live Blog. Via Ars Technica.

A group calling itself the Syrian Electronic Army hacked the Al Jazeera English Web site yesterday with messages supporting president Bashar al-Assad

Via Ars Technica:

Targeting the news organization’s “Syria Live Blog,” which has been providing ongoing coverage of the Arab League’s observer mission to Syria and developments in the ongoing unrest in the country, the hacker group calling itself the Syrian Electronic Army posted pro-Assad and pro-Syrian government images to the site…

…On their own site, the Syrian Electronic Army announced the “code re-penetration” of the site by a “professional Syrian battalion” of hackers, denouncing Al Jazeera for broadcasting “false and fabricated news” to “ignite sedition” among the people of Syria and achieve the goals of “Washington and Tel Aviv.”

Image: Pro Assad image posted to Al Jazeera English’s Syria Live Blog. Via Ars Technica.

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