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Syrian pro-government hackers hijack The Guardian on Twitter

29.04.2013 23:57

After causing havoc on the US stock markets, it seems that the group of hackers known as the “Syrian Electronic Army” (SEA) has struck again, this time hijacking the Twitter feeds of one of Britain's most respected newspapers.

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Anonymous user 01.05.2013 10:42

These hackers are incredible, terrible, but incredible.

Anonymous user 01.05.2013 08:52

Unlike the CIA and Mossad anonymous group these guys are real.

Anonymous user 01.05.2013 01:20

NATO drops bombs on their kids, and it's a problem when they hack your Twitter?

Anonymous user 30.04.2013 22:58

Rusbridger is an apologist for the Empire

Anonymous user 30.04.2013 22:56

Guardian "respected" ;? LOL

Anonymous user 30.04.2013 18:56

When at first the CIA practice to decieve?

Anonymous user 30.04.2013 16:54

Probably just UK secret services trying to gain more tech and human access into the medias world.

Anonymous user 30.04.2013 16:42

how many amps of power needed to run into an IP connection to the MAC of the computer used to blowup

Anonymous user 30.04.2013 16:40

The Guardian was a respected paper many years ago, now its just full of corporate sockpuppets.

Anonymous user 30.04.2013 09:25

nice try!are they really expect me to believe that this"SEA"i s actually pro-assad ?think again!

Anonymous user 30.04.2013 09:05

"Saudi weather station down due to head
on-collision with camel." Fake SEA posting on BBC Weather

Anonymous user 30.04.2013 09:01

"Saudi weather station down due to head
on-collision with camel"

Fake SEA posting on BBC Weather

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