Famous Hacktivists group RedHack has once again successfully hacked a Turkish government website, this time its the sub-domain of Turkish Foreign Ministry.

Link of hacked website: 

Link of website mirror: 

Hackers left their deface page on the website in which Turkey’s prime minister, Tayyp Erdogan is greeting Syrian president Bashar ul Asad and (Late) Libyan dictator Muammar Gaddafi.

RedHack also left a message in Turkish and English language to explain why the website was hacked. According to the deface message:

 English: 

PEOPLE OF THE WORLD;
Foreign Minister of Turkey Ahmet Davutoglu rants and raves about Syria and lectures the insurgents in Syria but he is unable to protect his own country and his department.
All Foreign Mission Personnel details of other countries in Turkey have been infiltrated from Ministry of Foreign Affairs website. Details of all the foreign mission members and their families (those working at Consulates and Embassies including high ranking officers), intelligent agents have been confiscated in the name of people of Turkey.

Turkish government is cringing on to their masters to prove that they are a good ally. Fascist AKP government and their cult of Gulen Movement will do anything to prove they are an obeying puppets of NATO , USA and imperialist war mongers. People of Turkey do not want to be part of this dirty war in Syria and Middle East. LONG LIVE PEOPLES FRATERNITY!

SIVAS MASSACRE
19 years ago on 2nd July, authors, intellectuals and hotel workers were burned alive in Madimak Hotel in Sivas by mob of radical bigots. Those real responsible individuals never been brought to justice. Instead the trial has dropped due to elapsed time. Lawyers for the accused and few imprisoned murderers were AKP MP’s and their party officials. Fascist state of Turkey will pay the price of this massacre. Justice will be prevailed by the people
LONG LIVE PEOPLES JUSTICE!
HACKING FOR THE PEOPLE!
WE ARE RIGHT WE WILL WIN!
EXPECT US! EXPECT RED HACK!

Note: Prosecutor Hakan, how is it going? We think you are no good at your job. Look, we are still hacking from the prison. We urge you to release 7 innocent people from prison otherwise our revenge will be more violent.

At the time this article was written, the website was still down.

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.