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The unusually chatty defacement page states, "HaCK3d By The Outlaws. Tunisien Hack3r Was Found. Das.Tn, Hamzawi hakers, Raed Yak, Hacker Amazigh, Firas Firasino, Dhia Badou, Devil Hacker, Adel Outlaw, Hattouma Mafiousa, Tn-Galdiateur. We're Not Sorry Admin , Because You'r The Idiot and Not Us The Evils ;) The Outlaws . . . There is a reaction for every Action. You think that you did nothing but you challenged me with trying to protect your website. Kindly Support the Cause..!! The Outlaws. Hacked by@The Outlaws. [#]GreetZ To : All tunisia Hackers , My Team ( The Outlaws ) & My Computer ]"
In Arabic, the hacker added, "We look out for enemies. We chose the path of electronic jihad."
As Softpedia's Eduard Kovacs notes, this appears to be just one of many recent examples of anti-U.S. hackers targeting U.S. government Web sites.