posted on Jan, 11 2009 @ 04:23 PM
Wanting to find out when the next protest against what is being done to the Palestinian people will take place (in the UK) I went to the site of the
group organizing the rallies. Lo and behold, it's been hacked. (A temporary site is in use.)
Who could be behind it is the obvious question. Not someone concerned about the masses of innocent civilians being blown to pieces, that's for
Here's the link: globaldayofaction.org...
Hopefully it'll be up again soon. I'm not sure how to post a screen shot, but the site is currently displaying this message:
Stop the War Site Hacked
Due to attacks by hackers this is a temporary site, normal service will be resumed soon.
Does anyone know if the site administrators will have a chance of tracing the culprits? (Presumably it depends how 'professional' the hackers were.)