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Syrian Electronic Army hacks CNN social media accounts

The Syrian Electronic Army claimed responsibility for hacking some of US broadcaster CNN's social media accounts. The network said the compromised accounts included its main Facebook page, its Twitter page and blogs for "The Situation Room" and "Crossfire……

Group claiming to be Syrian Electronic Army says they’ll attack ‘all of it’ if U.S. attacks Syria

On August 30, 2013A group claiming to the Syrian Electronic Army (they verified they’re the same group that runs the Twitter account, which I guess is something) say they will attack “all of it” (all of the US companies and organizations with…  …

Cyber attacks hit Twitter and New York Times

Twitter and The New York Times were hit with cyber attacks, with credit quickly claimed by a group backing embattled Syrian strongman Bashar Al-Assad. The Times site remained out of service early Wednesday following the attacks that began Tuesday. The Syrian Electronic Army (SEA), ironically, used Twitter to tout its…

New York Times says outage ‘most likely result of malicious external attack’

The New York Times said its website went down Tuesday after what appeared to be a “malicious external attack.” A security researcher said there were indications that the Syrian Electronic Army, which has attacked several media organizations, was the culprit. Times spokeswoman Eileen Murphy made the announcement on Twitter, two…

Washington Post claims its website was hacked by Syrian Electronic Army

The Washington Post said Thursday its website was hacked by the Syrian Electronic Army, becoming the latest media organization victimized by the group that backs strongman Bashar al-Assad. A note to readers said the Post website “was hacked today, with readers on certain stories being redirected to the site of…

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