Monday, 24 April 2017

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Parents of students at North Mundham primary in Sussex were left concerned after the school’s website was taken over by a long message written in Turkish.
The school's website has been taken over by malicious messages, police have said
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The school’s website has been taken over by malicious messages, police have said
The school website has been changed to a plain white background with a red logo, believed to be linked to cyber hacking group Ayyildiz Tim.
The group describes itself as “patriotic”, claiming to be soldiers of the virtual world and aiming to stop anti-Turkish messages while carrying out propaganda activities.
The messages left on the Sussex school’s website include a note in English which simply reads: “HELLO ADMIN SYSTEM HACKED : ) : )”, while music plays in the background.

The logo of the group purporting to have hacked the school website

The logo of the group purporting to have hacked the school website
Sussex Police have said they had received numerous reports from parents of the Chichester school, flagging concerns about the safety of their children.

In a message, police said: “Sussex Police have received numerous reports of the website of North Mundham primary school in Chichester being ‘hacked’.

“The images and general content of the hacked site have caused concern among parents about the safety of their children at school.”

But police reassured parents and staff, saying that there was not a “specific threat” in relation to the hacking.

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