Prime Minister’s Office Web Page Kana Hack


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Subpages on the Prime Minister’s Office was hacked into late night. The hacked page showed “It’s great to be Singaporean today” next to the group’s trademark Guy Fawkes mask, a symbol of anti-establishment defiance worldwide. It was the work by apparent members of activist group Anonymous. PM Lee vowed to hunt down the one who attacks the state network. Recently, hackers threatened to hit out at Singapore’s infrastructure if the government did not reconsider its regulations of the licensing framework for news sites.


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2014 December Update: Mohammad Azhar bin Tahir, 28, was sentenced to two months in prison on Monday for entering an unauthorized computer code into the PM Lee’s webpage. The computer code which display mocking messages and pictures from international hacker group, Anonymous.

5 Responses to “Prime Minister’s Office Web Page Kana Hack”

  1. Reader wrote:
    On February 19th, 2016 at 4:25 pm

    Singapore’s ICT regulator blames a vulnerability in Google’s search bar for the breach that defaced two government sites including the prime minister’s, after he pledged to “track down” hackers who target the country.

  2. Reader wrote:
    On March 6th, 2016 at 11:05 pm

    Singapore’s ICT regulator blames a vulnerability in Google’s search bar for the breach that defaced two government sites including the prime minister’s, after he pledged to “track down” hackers who target the country.

  3. Reader wrote:
    On March 8th, 2016 at 5:18 am

    Singapore’s ICT regulator blames a vulnerability in Google’s search bar for the breach that 00004000 defaced two government sites including the prime minister’s, after he pledged to “track down” hackers who target the country.

  4. Reader wrote:
    On April 11th, 2016 at 7:04 am

    Singapore’s ICT regulator blames a vulnerability in Google’s search bar for the breach that defaced two government sites including the prime minister’s, after he pledged to “track down” hackers who target the country.

  5. Reader wrote:
    On August 23rd, 2016 at 11:25 pm

    Singapore’s ICT regulator blames a vulnerability in Google’s search bar for the breach that defaced two government sites including the prime minister’s, after he pledged to “track down” hackers who target the country.

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