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KUALA LUMPUR: At least 41 Malaysian government websites were hacked and defaced by a group protesting the authorities' move to shut down several free file-sharing websites in the country, officials said.
A group of hackers that calls itself "Anonymous" sent a threat via the internet Tuesday saying it was plotting a hacking attack dubbed "Operation Malaysia" aimed at the country's government-related websites. The attack was due to the government's decision to block a series of file-sharing websites in an attempt to fight against piracy.