Greek hackers declared about breaking 300 Turkish sites

© Fotolia / mbruxelleХакер at the computer. Archival photoGreek hackers declared about breaking 300 Turkish sites© Fotolia / mbruxelle

A group of Greek hackers of Anonymous Chile has said that it has hacked more than 300 Turkish sites in response to a cyber attack on the website of the Prime Minister of Greece Alexis Tsipras.

The reason for cyberwar began to protest against Greece’s reading of the Koran in Hagia Sophia in Istanbul. Turkish hackers cracked the website of the Greek Prime Minister, and the answer is the Greeks promised to bring down hundreds of Turkish sites.

For a start, they hacked the sites of two Turkish TV channels and page of the University of Tayyip Erdogan, and then dozens of others and promised the leak of personal data «big web pages».

«We surpassed the 300 pages that was hacked in retaliation! We continue dynamically!» the statement says Anonymous Greece on their page in Facebook.

Greek hackers also threatened to bring down the work of the Turkish banks and stock exchanges.

«Today at five PM we begin the attack on banks and stock exchanges of Turkey,» they said.


1 Comment on "Greek hackers declared about breaking 300 Turkish sites"

  1. Stan maragos | 06.07.2017 at 22:22 |

    Both sides should stop this danger game ,Turkish hackers. Should play with banks or government computers

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