Polish Government Sites Hacked
The attacks were launched to protest Poland's plan to support the Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement.
A Polish branch of Anonymous recently claimed responsibility for attacks on several Polish government Web sites, including those of the prime minister, president and parliament.
"The organised attack is apparently a protest against the Polish government's intention to join the international Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement (ACTA)," The H Security reports.
"In a video message on YouTube, the hacker group said, 'From this point until January 26th, we will disrupt and attack Polish government websites, leaking documentations and emails,' adding that, 'We will show the government of Poland that they CAN'T censor the people. To Polish government, this is your last chance...reject ACTA or face consequence from the people,'" the article states.
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