Auspi website hacked by Freedom Cry

By December 12th, 2015 AT 10:17 PM

The website of the Association Of Unified Telecom Service Providers Of India (Auspi) has been hacked by Freedom Cry from the hackers group Anonymous R4BIA group.


The hackers have left a number of Islamic videos on the site with the message: “Please admin or visitor I believe your whole life will change after seeing these videos…if you are Christian see the fourth video. You must see it.”

According to reports, over 400 websites has been hacked by Freedom Cry and websites that appear to be hacked are all hosted on the same server, while looking at the hacked website mirrors, the server seems to be windows 2008 server with parallels plesk panel installed. However, we didn’t get an instant respond from Auspi on the news.

Inputs : Ranjan

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Having over six years of experience in business journalism, Krishna has a knack for writing on telecom and IT. She believes that tryst with technology is the best thing that has ever happened to the mankind. Krishna is a telecom analyst with CMR

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Even Sriramgam temple website was hacked. Damn it. TT will not publish those news.


wow! That First video is my favourite music from now on

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