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Google Oman domain hijacked by Moroccan Hackers

Google’s Oman domain (http://www.google.com.om/) was reportedly defaced today due to a hijacking of the company’s local domain name by by Moroccan Hackers. The credit being taken by “SQL_Master And Z0mbi3_Ma” serial website defacers.


It seems that hackers successfully beached into Oman Telecommunication Company, who is domain registrar of Google’s Oman domain and possible DNS hijack techniques is used to re-directed users to a different site whenever they tried to reach Google’s local domain.

The text on the hacked site reads: "0h0h0h! U get FUCKED BY! And Z0mbi3_Ma SQL_Master for more: Z0mbi3_Ma@hotmail.com . / Morocco".

Same group of hackers were responsible for hacking The National Security Agency (NSA) in past. Zone-H mirror record also available for proof of hack and at the time of writing, site is defaced.

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