Cyber Attack Hits Turkish Government Sites

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According to Websense researchers, a Qatari hacker recently defaced several Web sites belonging to the Turkish government.

"In this case, the defaced pages were all hosted on the domain behind the 67.205.74.10 IP address, giving the crook the opportunity to take over sites such as gsv.gov.tr or aydin-gm.gov.tr," writes Softpedia's Eduard Kovacs.

"The name of the hacker seems to be Q!sR QaTaR - Hacker Alajman and by other jobs he performed his motto seems to be 'One Muslim Against The World,'" Kovacs writes.

Go to "Turkish Government Websites Defaced by Qatar Hacker" to read the details.

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