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Malaysia Airlines website hacked by group claiming to support ISIS

Fox News: 26, 2015: A man points at the computer screen showing Malaysia Airlines' hacked website at a cafe in Petaling Jaya outside Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. The airline's site was changed on Monday, at first with a message saying '404 - Plane Not Found' and that ...
Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370: Communications Ended By 'Deliberate Action

- 1 week earlier @ inquisitr.com: Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 is still missing after 10 months, and investigators are looking into the very real possibility of sabotage. According to the Wall Street Journal, Malaysian officials believe that someone deliberately turned off the plane ...

Malaysian Airlines flight MH17: Seeking answers six months on

- 1 week earlier @ bbc.co.uk: Six months on from the shooting down of Malaysia Airlines Flight MH17 over Ukraine, the families of the nearly 300 passengers and crew who died are still waiting for answers. The incident led to a series of tit-for-tat allegations, with the West ...

Malaysia Airlines MH17: Families' quest for justice goes on

- 1 week earlier @ bbc.co.uk: Six months after Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 was shot down over Ukraine, killing 298 people, relatives of the victims are still searching for justice. It was an air disaster like few others and a disturbing atrocity which reignited political tensions ...

Families search for answers to Malaysia Airlines crash

- 1 week earlier @ bbc.co.uk: Six months after Malaysia Airlines MH17 was blown up over Ukraine, the families of the 10 British citizens who died in the plane crash are still looking for answers. BBC Inside Out followed Jordan Withers whose uncle was killed when the plane crashed ...

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Malaysia Airlines attacked, big data dump threatened

The airline said in a statement on its Facebook page that its Domain Name System (DNS) was compromised and as a result users trying to access the URL www.malaysiaairlines.com were being redirected to a hacker website.

Lizard Squad threatens Malaysia Airlines with data dump: We DID TOO hack

The Register: Infamous hacktivists Lizard Squad are threatening to dump data they supposedly snatched during the process of defacing the website of Malaysia Airlines. Surfers visiting Malaysia Airlines (www.malaysiaairlines.com) website on Monday were confronted by ...

Malaysia Airlines website latest cyber target of Islamic State supporters

Malaysia Airlines’ website was hacked earlier Monday. Photo by Adrian Pingstone For a few hours on Monday, visitors to MalaysiaAirlines.com were unable to purchase airline tickets or access schedules. Instead, the airline’s website showed a picture of a Malaysia Airlines A380 plane and the words “404-Plane Not Found,” and “Hacked by Cyber Caliphate,” as well as Twitter handles belonging to two ...

Malaysia Airlines hackers to expose data

Business Spectator: The website of Malaysia Airlines was commandeered for several hours by hackers who referenced the Islamic State jihadists and threatened to expose data taken from the carrier's servers. The attack, whose motivation remained unclear, was claimed by the ...

Malaysia Airlines Hit by Lizard Squad Hack Attack

ABC News: The hacker group Lizard Squad has claimed responsibility for attacking Malaysia Airlines' website on Sunday. Users who logged onto the Malaysia Airlines website were greeted with the image of a lizard in a top hat and the message: "404 -- plane not ...

Hackers target Malaysia Airlines, threaten data dump

The website of Malaysia Airlines was commandeered for several hours on Monday by hackers who referenced the Islamic State jihadists and threatened to expose data taken from the carrier's servers. The attack, whose motivation remained unclear, was claimed by the "Lizard Squad", a group that has taken credit previously for denial-of-service attacks around the world. It was not clear why the ...

How was Malaysia Airlines 'hacked'?

BBC News: Hackers claiming to be from the Lizard Squad - Official Cyber Caliphate group have attacked the official website of Malaysia Airlines. The attackers were able to redirect people wishing to visit the airline's site to an entirely different page - one ...

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