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Turkmenistan Gmail, Microsoft, Youtube Domains Hijacked


Iranian hackers deface multiple big companies Turkmenistan domains (.tm) yesterday using DNS poisoning attack. All hacked domains are registered by NIC at Turkmenistan. Hacker managed to find and exploit a SQL Injection vulnerability in NIC website in order to get database of the site.

Turkmenistan Gmail, Microsoft, Youtube Domains Hijacked : ehack

Turkmenistan Gmail, Microsoft, Youtube Domains Hijacked : ehack

Because the passwords was stored in plain text, that make more easy for those hacker to access the domain panels of each domain and changing the DNS entries to shift websites on a rouge server with defaced page. The defaced message as shown below:

gmail hacked : ehack

gmail hacked : ehack

Defaced domains :
hacked : ehack

hacked : ehack

Mirror of hacks are available at Zone-H.

 

 

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YouTube ban may be lifted, hints Pak minister


Summary : Just after a month after video sharing website YouTube was banned in Pakistan for failing to block sacrilegious content, Interior Minister Rehman Malik has hinted that the site could be reopened.

youtube ban may be lifted : ehack

youtube ban may be lifted : ehack

Just after a month after video sharing website YouTube was banned in Pakistanfor failing to block sacrilegious content, Interior Minister Rehman Malik has hinted that the site could be reopened, but only after access to anti-Islamic content has been restricted.

Malik tweeted from his Twitter account that he will raise the issue of reopening YouTube in the upcoming cabinet meetings.

[YouTube] is also wealth of knowledge but hurt the feelings of Muslims.I promise to raise in the cabinet to reopen it minus anti-Islam material,” The Express Tribune quoted Malik, as saying.

According to the paper, Pakistan had blocked YouTube after a short clip from an amatureishly made film insulting Islam rose to world wide prominence.

The Pakistan Telecommunication Authority (PTA) acting on orders of the Supreme Court, started blocking links carrying the video. However, innumerable instances of the video being uploaded on YouTube largely nullified PTA’s attempts, the paper said.

After failing obtain an approval from Google to block the clip from being accessed in Pakistan, the government then finally imposed a blanket block on YouTube on September 17, 2012, to restrict access to the video, it added.

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