Official Google Pakistan, HP & other sites Hacked and Defaced by Turkish KriptekS Hacker

The official website of Google for Pakistan(www.google.com.pk) and HP Hewlett-Packard (www.hp.com.pk) has been hacked and defaced by a Turkish hacker who goes by the handle of KriptekS.

The hacker also hacked some other domains of Coca-Cola Pakistan, HSBC Pakistan and Fanta Pakistan, however they are not the official websites of respective companies and no specific reason was given for hacking Pakistani websites.

The hacker left his deface page on all the hacked website and a message in Turkish language, according to the message:

Eboz..Kankalarım hep yanımda arkadaş içinde…Yanımda olmayan mı var çekimlik her nefeste.. Pakistan Downed..

Trabzon 2012 Dostlara selam ölmedik hala yaşıyoruz!

The closest English translation to it is: 

My homies in a friend always there for me..Have not shot by me with every breath..Pakistan Downed..

Trabzon 2012

Hello friends who are still alive not dead!

The list of hacked websites with their mirrors are available below:

www.google.com.pk

Zone-h Mirror for Google

http://www.hp.com.pk/

Zone-h Mirror for HP

To visit other mirrors from KriptekS hacker, visit Zone-h.

At the time of writing this article, all the hacked sites were displaying deface message left by the hacker, while Google.pk was restored and working online.

UPDATE:

Like I mentioned earlier that Google.com.pk was restored and working online, latest update is that Google Pakistan is again taken offline. The latest screen shot shows ”The webpage is not available, no connection found” message while opening www.google.com.pk.

It hasn’t been confirmed if the site is taken down by Google itself for security reasons or it has been again attacked by hackers.

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Waqas

Waqas Amir is a Milan-based cybersecurity journalist with a passion for covering latest happenings in cyber security and tech world. In addition to being the founder of this website, Waqas is also into gaming, reading and investigative journalism.