( NEWS) Anonymous attacked the Chinese government website

( NEWS) Anonymous attacked the Chinese government website

Beijing : China | Apr 05, 2012 at 5:38 AM PDT
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Anonymous notorious group of hackers attacked the website of the Chinese public authorities when a hacker gained public statement of a material defense contractor that country.

According to the Associated Press, China still managed to restore some government websites are international group of hackers attacked. Some websites may not operate normally again today, 5.4.

On Twitter newly formed group Anonymous China has listed the Chinese government websites attacked.

In a message left on one of the armed attack, the hackers expressed their rage at the limitations that the Chinese government set out on the internet.

According to tech news site CNET, the hackers claimed to have attacked more than 500 Chinese government websites. However, there seems no Web site of the central government under attack.

Meanwhile, according to Reuters, a hacker has published thousands of internal documents that it claims to be accounted for by network intrusion of a Chinese defense contractor.

Hackers use their names and said Hardcore Charlie is a friend of Hector Xavier Monsegur, later became leader of the group who only LulzSec hackers. Charlie told Reuters that has invaded your system Import & Export Corporation China State (CEIEC).

These records are spread by hackers posted the information content from transportation activities of the U.S. military to report on internal business issues. However, the authenticity of the records could not be independently verified, according to Reuters.

Group in Beijing did not respond to request by Reuters to comment while the official U.S. intelligence and defense have remained silent.

CEIEC website said the company in charge of integrated systems for the Chinese military.

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Le Thi Bich Lan is based in Vũng Tàu, Đông Nam Bộ, Vietnam, and is a Reporter on Allvoices.
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