Thai police websites hacked

By Bangkok Post
05 January 2016
Thai police websites hacked
Photo from Facebook page Polamuang tortan Single Gateway: Thailand Internet Firewall.

Hacktivists took over four police websites, including the metropolitan police, on Monday night, with messages demanding justice.
The hacked websites showed a black page with the image of a white mask with blanked-out eyes and the words, “Blink Hacker Group, Failed Law, We want Justice and Greetz Myanmar Black Hats”, according to Facebook page Polamuangtortan Single Gateway: Thailand Internet Firewall.
The affected websites were the Metropolitan Police http://metro.police.go.th; the Pichit Police Office http://phichit.police.go.th; the Police Clearance Certificate Centre http://www.pcscenter.sb.police.go.th; and Office of Communication and Communication Technology of the Royal Thai Police http://ictgeneral.police.go.th.
The last two websites were still inaccessible around 1pm Tuesday.
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