PPP website defaced, hackers term Zardari 'most corrupt person in Pakistan'

Site now plays instrumental national anthem, displaying a picture of Zardari with a stamp of ‘PWNED’ embossed...

News Desk June 19, 2016
PPP co-chairperson Asif Ali Zardari. PHOTO: AFP

A group calling itself 'CyberHaxors' hacked on Sunday Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) website, and defaced it with a message against former president Asif Ali Zardari and chairman Bilawal Bhutto.

The site now plays the instrumental national anthem of Pakistan, displaying a picture of Zardari with a stamp of ‘PWNED’ embossed on it.

“Mr Ex President. You are most probably the most corrupt person in Pakistan right now… Even now when we are having tough time on the borders you are having your dirty politics on Panama Papers,” read the message on the defaced site.

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The hackers also criticised chairman Bilawal for his 'unusual accent'.

“Your chairman Mr Bilawal dont [sic] even know how to speak and those who follow him are worst [sic] than animals who got no brains to think that Z Ali Bhutto has died and he won’t be coming back and you are not his legacy.”

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Haji Atiya | 4 years ago | Reply | Recommend @Babloo: "Tough time" on border is so passe. Pakistan has some of the best cyberwarriors though, starting with the legendary Dr Nuker to other behemoths in the pantheon of digital gladiators such as those in the Hackistani Brigades. Watch out ! They may have your power cut off...
NKAli | 4 years ago | Reply | Recommend @Haji Atiya: Truthful comment! @Asad Shairani: Truthful comment! Zabardast! Congratulations to the hackers. Salams
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