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Google Kenya domain defaced by TiGER-M@TE

Google Kenya domain defaced by TiGER-M@TE

April 15, 2013Mohit Kumar
On Monday morning, Google has been the victim of a cyber-attack. Defacement attack was launched by Bangladeshi hacker TiGER-M@TE , their Kenyan domain google.co.ke  was defaced, instead the page splayed a black background€™ stamped in red across it. When a user visited the page the hacked screen spiraled in as some foreign music played in the background.  Google is the third most used site in Kenya. TiGER-M@TE has been quite active with defacements lately, and has targeted some high-profile sites in the past.
Malawi Google ,MSN, Yahoo domains defaced by TiGER-M@TE

Malawi Google ,MSN, Yahoo domains defaced by TiGER-M@TE

February 14, 2013Mohit Kumar
Famous Bangladeshi hacker TiGER-M@TE  known for his big defacements strikes again! This time he teams up with another hacker ' h311 c0d3 ' for another big defacement campaign.  According to mirror records on Zone-H, These hackers managed to deface Malawi Google, Yahoo, MSN, Windows and many more top domains using DNS poisoning attack. During talk with ' The Hacker News ', hackers disclose that they collectively hacked into Malawi (.mw) Domain Registrar website and also target Master and Slave DNS servers. The attackers changed the authoritative DNS records for the affected domains, to point the domain names to their own web server with a deface page hosted on it. All this could have been much worse if the attacker had other goals in his mind rather than defacing famous websites. Imagine how many accounts could have been compromised, if these websites were redirected to a phishing page, instead of a defacement page. At the time of reporting, Domain Re
Fake Google Iranian domain defaced by Algerian Script Kiddies

Fake Google Iranian domain defaced by Algerian Script Kiddies

May 03, 2012Mohit Kumar
Google got Pwned ? NO Few  Algerian Script Kiddies  try to spread fake rumours that they Hack and Deface the Giant Search engine " Google Iranian " domain  https://www.google.co.ir/  . As the above screenshot shown a Algerian flag on it  and Page Titles : " H4Ck3D By vaga-hacker dz and DR.KIM". As mentioned by hacker, the team include hackers named : " V4Ga-Dz,Dz0ne,DR-KIM King-Dz,BroX0 aghilass elite jrojan password kha&mix wasim -dz " . It is not confirmed that, either these are member from some Anonymous Hackers but they try to use Anonymous Hackers Tag line :  We Dont Forget ,  We Dont Forgive,  Expect Us!   to get some publicity. According to further investigation by " The Hacker News " Technical Team, we found that " google.co.ir " possibly not belongs to GOOGLE because site rank is " 3141379 "  , that means the site should have less than 100 Visitors/Day approx. Also we check  WHO.IS  records of this domain an
700,000 sites on Inmotion Hosting Server hacked by TiGER-M@TE in one shot !

700,000 sites on Inmotion Hosting Server hacked by TiGER-M@TE in one shot !

September 25, 2011Mohit Kumar
700,000 sites on Inmotion Hosting Server hacked by TiGER-M@TE in one shot ! 700,000 websites hosted on InMotion Hosting network hacked by TiGER-M@TE including  Trinity FM, Blast Magazine. It was not just a server hack, actually whole data center got hacked.   List of all hacked 700000 sites are available here .  Hackers copied over the index.php in many directories (public_html, wp-admin), deleted my images directory and added index.php files where they weren't needed. 2,00,000 websites hack mirror already Submitted to Zone-H by TiGER-M@TE . We ( The Hacker News ) talk with hacker about the hack, He claim " I hack 700000 websites in one shot, this may be a new world Record. After submitting 200,000 domains,zone-h was going down again and again and became almost unresponsive in the end.so i was unable to submit all websites.so i've listed all domains in attachment .   It was not just a server hack, actually whole data center got hacked. " In Motion  acknowledged the
Exclusive Interview with TiGER-M@TE (Bangladesh Google website Hacker)

Exclusive Interview with TiGER-M@TE (Bangladesh Google website Hacker)

January 11, 2011Mohit Kumar
Update : Latest Hack by TiGER-M@TE :  700,000 sites on Inmotion Hosting Server hacked in one shot On the morning of Saturday, Jan 8, 2011 the biggest news of cyber world was -  Google Bangladesh website (Google.com.bd) Hacked by TiGER-M@TE  . TiGER-M@TE is a Bangladeshi Hacker, He was already connected to "The Hacker News" from last 2-3 months for providing his Hacks News ! Finally we take a small interview of this great Hacker, who make Google Down !! Unix Root          -  Tell us Some Introduction about you. TiGER-M@TE -  Me TiGER-M@TE , nationality Bangladeshi. I've Been hacking since 2007 and I work alone.I like to exploit servers rather than exploiting web application and I use only 0days and private exploits. Unix Root          -  Do you Hack Google on Jan 8, 2011 and Why ? TiGER-M@TE -  I've hacked not only Google but also local domain of Yahoo, Avast, Microsoft, Bing, Nokia and Kaspersky. Unix Root         - How you Hack google ? plz mention the metho
Google Bangladesh website (Google.com.bd) Hacked by TiGER-M@TE

Google Bangladesh website (Google.com.bd) Hacked by TiGER-M@TE

January 08, 2011Mohit Kumar
Google Bangladesh website ( Google.com.bd ) Hacked by TiGER-M@TE We just got an anonymous tip that Google's been 'hacked' – sure enough, visitors of the company's Bangladesh search site (Google.com.bd) see a defaced landing page rather than the usual search site. As far as I can tell, www.google.com.bd functions properly, so whether this really constitutes a 'hack' is up for debate. According to Zone-h , Bangladeshi hacker TiGER-M@TE has been quite active with defacements lately, and has targeted some high-profile sites in the past, including the local website for American Express and Airtel (video). See google cache :   https://webcache.googleusercontent.com/search?q=cache:lOhkVDab32MJ:www.google.com.bd/+google+bangladesh&cd=1&hl=en&ct=clnk&gl=in News Source : TiGER-M@TE
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