Tuesday, July 19, 2011

Murdoch scandal: Hackers crack The Sun website

Suddenly appeared a hoax about the death of media mogul Rupert Murdoch: the hacker's website tabloid "The Sun" have attacked. The attack is known to the group Lulz Security - they announced further actions. London - The British tabloid "The Sun" is known in its reports and investigations to be not exactly squeamish.

Just recently, the actor has sued the newspaper Jew Law - because of the alleged wiretapping of his phone mailbox. Now, "The Sun" has become a victim of a hacker attack. The Grupe Lulz Security on Monday cracked the website and spread a false report about the alleged death of media mogul Rupert Murdoch: The 80-year-old was dead was found in his garden.

Visitors to the online presentation of "The Sun" were then directed to the page of Lulz Security in the short-messaging service Twitter. There, the hacker known about the attack - and it announced further actions. "This story is only phase one," it said in a message. The "Sun" is now set as the scandal sheet "News of the World" to the British offshoot of the Murdoch News International.

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