A Brazilian hacking group has hacked official website of People’s Association of Singapore [www.pa.gov.sg/] and 16 Community Development Councils (CDCs) websites which are directly affiliated with the association.
The hackers left their deface page and a simple message on all the hacked websites, however the reason for hacking the websites was not mentioned.
According to the message:
HighTech Brazil HackTeam Otrasher@live.com
uid=0(root) gid=0(root) groups=0(root),1(bin),2(daemon),3(sys),4(adm),6(disk),10(wheel)
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HighTech Brazil HackTeam
Mirrors of the hacked websites can be found here.
The People’s Association (PA) was established in Singapore as a statutory board on 1 July 1960 to promote racial harmony and social cohesion.
Earlier the HighTech Brazil HackTeam hacked a Chinese government website and put AntiSecPT, LulzSecPortugal and LearnersOfCuriosity, which somehow relates the group to online hackavist Anonymous hackers.
HighTech hackers begin hacking websites in August 2012, since then the group has hacked and defaced 3,307 websites from all around the world.
At the time of writing this article, all the hacked websites were taken down, deface page left by the hackers was removed and >this page can not be found< message was visible on all the websites.