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LASG, Court of Appeal websites hacked by unknown group over Army-Shi’ite clash


The official websites of the Lagos State Government  and the Court of Appeal were on Friday hacked by an unknown group in protest of what it termed maltreatment of Muslims in Nigeria and across the world, especially Ibrahim El-Zakzaky.

In a message posted on the two websites, the faceless group said it attacked the sites to protest the killings of “thousands of Muslims.”

“In the name of God, message to Nigerian Government and State Sponsors of Terrorism (USA, Israel, Saudi Arabia, Turkey, Qatar): Boko Haram and ISIS are terrorists.

“They are killing Muslims and innocent people because of your dirty money. Hey Nigeria Government, you killed thousands of Muslims and specially Zakzaky’s family too. You are all terrorists. You are all murderers, God damn you.”

The group also posted a links to what it claimed to be the database of the hacked sites.

A check by The Guardian shows that the links work and the rar files connected to the links are 718 byte and 7.3 kilobytes for Lagos State and Court of Appeal websites respectively .



The message left on the hacked Lagos State Government official website



The official website of the Court of Appeal after it was hacked.


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