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The Singapore Prime Minister's official website compromised and Found Hackers

The Singapore Prime Minister's official website compromised by Anonymous Singapore, 2 days ago they are received the warning from directly from PM’s officer.

On November 5th a YouTube video released by the Anonymous Singapore, urging the citizen of Singapore to protest against the government and bashing the PM for his policies.



Two days ago, Singapore Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong warned online hacktivist group that no matter how far it will go, hackers who target Singapore cyber space will be arrested and bring to justice.


I have stated the Videos Below


This is the statement from Singapore Prime Mi
The Singapore government will “spare no effort” to track down and bring to justice those who threatened to attack the country’s infrastructure. We will track you down — even if you think you’re anonymous.’
After that Anonymous Singapore hacked PM’s official website, left with a deface page along with a message.
Anonymous SG was here Biatch! Its great to be a Singaporean Today.
Now, the Singapore Prime Minister website was down and showing offline message. A screenshot of offline message is given below for readers.


Update 13-11-2013:

Police officer Mr.James Raj taken charge of this incident and found the Five other and local men are being held for allegedly hacking the websites of Singapore prime minister website. 

They are Muhammad Fitri Abu Kasim(24), Danial Ryan Sallah(25), Mohamad Fadzly Aziz(21), Muhammad Redzwan Baskin(26), and Mahammad Qamarul Arifin Saadon(22).

Singapore Home Affairs spokesperson said 

"Such acts can compromise the operation of critical services, cause alarm, damage and harm, and have serious security, economic and social consequences for Singapore and Singaporeans."

They are released on bail of $15000 each, but if found guilty. They face jail terms of up to three years or fine of up to $2000.

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