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Wednesday, May 12, 2010

Yezzi.org hacked - November 2007


DATE:
2007-11

AFFECTED COUNTRIES:
Tunisia

AFFECTED SITES:
yezzi.org

EFFECT OF ATTACKS:
Site content all deleted

SOURCE COUNTRY:
n/a

ALLEGED ATTACKERS:
Tunisian government

TYPE OF ATTACK:
Hack

ATTACK SPECIFICS:
n/a

EVENT DESCRIPTION:
Online protester Ben Ali Yezzi hacked (one of many Tunisian opposition websites to be attacked in 2007-2008).

URLS:
1. http://nawaat.org/portail/2009/01/30/north-africa-are-political-websites-more-likely-to-get-hacked/


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