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On the Syrian Electronic Army's leaks.sea.sy site, the hackers wrote, "You imbecils will attack our country with fake phishing emails and we'll accept your lies and dont do anything ? That is the end you deserve: 'And never think that Allah is unaware of what the wrongdoers do. He only delays them for a Day when eyes will stare [in horror].' Ibrahim - 42 ... BREAKING NEWS BASHAR ASAD AND HIS ORGY CREW(SEA) GET SACKED"
As HackRead notes, the Syrian Electronic Army tweeted in response, "The hosting company that hosts #SEA websites, including (leaks.sea.sy) was attacked... (sea.sy) was not affected. Since the #SEA servers is managed by the hosting company, they down the servers quickly to make sure that will not happen again. Such attacks will not affect the #SEA, we will continue our hacks and operations."
Both group have been extremely active lately -- the Syrian Electronic Army recently breached several Twitter accounts belonging to Microsoft, and members of Turk Guvenligi, whose name translates as "Turkish Security," hacked and defaced the Web site for the OpenSSL Project.
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