Hacktivist group targets Iranian government organization


Iran’s Uprising Till the Fall hacktivist group says it hacked the website and portals of the Iranian Islamic Culture and Communications Organization.

The hacking group, which is reportedly linked to the Albania-based opposition group Mujahideen-e Khalq (MEK), said on Sunday that it had published photos of the group’s leaders Massoud and Maryam Rajavi on the organization’s website.

The organization’s website, which reports to the Ministry of Culture and Islamic Guidance, is currently down, so it’s not clear how long it has featured photos of MEK leaders and slogans in support of the group.

The hacktivist group said it also disabled six websites and systems, 44 servers and two of the state organization’s internal management systems.

In a video released by the hackers, they claimed they received 200,000 documents, including letters and instructions from secret correspondence with the President’s Office, identities of the organization’s employees abroad, and a list of their staff’s earnings.

In early June, the group hacked into and Disabling over 5,000 surveillance cameras and 150 websites and online services operated by the Tehran City Government.

A hacker group called last week Predatory Sparrow targeted three of Iran’s largest steel mills with a cyberattack. one of them allegedly forced to stop production.

Sunday cyber attack came to Israel a few days – widely believed to have waged a cyberwar against Iran’s nuclear facilities and other infrastructure — confirmed that an Iranian hacking group did this recently targeted several travel booking sites of an Israeli company and stolen personal information from more than 300,000 Israelis.


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