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Yemen Hacker Group Reveals Saudi-Arabia’s Top Secret Documents

Yemeni hacker group was reveals Saudi Arabia's thousands of top secret documents, including spies identities, after gaining “full control” of over 3,000 computers and servers belonging to Riyadh's Foreign, Interior and Defense Ministries.

The revealed documents are only contained addresses and phone numbers with email of Saudi Arabia’s highest grade diplomats, ministry staff, secret agents and army personnel. They also got communication between Riyadh officials and other countries officials since 1980s.

The Yemen Cyber Army said "We have gained access to the Saudi Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MOFA) network and have full control over more than 3000 computers and servers, and thousands of users. We also have access to the emails, personal and secret information of hundreds of thousands of their staff and diplomats in different missions around the world".

In another statement "We publish only few portions of the vital information we have, just to let them know that truly the flimsiest of houses is the spider´s house".

Earlier of this attack, the group has first left defacement screenshot mirrors to prove its claim:

The group warned that it would soon inflict even greater damage on the Saudi government if Riyadh refrains from attacking "Muslims in Yemen", adding, "Do not blame anyone but yourself and expect greater harms."

The hacking group confirmed that it is its second operations codenamed martyred "Syed Hussein Badreddin al-Houthi".

Yemen Cyber Army first came to be known when it attacked the pro-Saudi news website, AlHayat, on April 14 in protest at the Riyadh's invasion of Yemen.

The group hacked "to support Yemen revolution", according to a statement left on AlHayat's website which also showed a photo of the Lebanese Hezbollah leader, Seyed Hassan Nasrallah.

UN humanitarian agency UNHCR as of mid-May 1,849 people had been killed and 7,394 others injured in the Yemeni conflict, since the Saudi-led air campaign began in late March. The escalating humanitarian crisis has already left millions short of food and fuel.

Author Venkatesh Yalagandula Follow us Google + and Facebook and Twitter