Interview with Turkdef Ops hackers: The attack on the .gr name registry Global exclusivity on SecNews her interview Turkish hacking team Turkdef Ops, which consists of aspiring hackers with knowledge that allows them to carry out successful and powerful hacking attacks.
Turkdef Ops counts several hacking attacks from the date of its establishment, with some of them having taken place andreceived the name in the context of the Sea Turtle campaignby foreign security experts but also the world media.
The Turkish hackers answer the questions of the SecNews editorial team revealing interesting information about the team and its activities, which has a worldwide reputation and many security experts try to analyze their campaigns.
Among others, the Turkish hackers refer to critical state infrastructure and services of Greece that have been violated, for the way in which organize their businesses, who are they their goals but also which atheir view of them Greek hackers and security level of Greek infrastructure.
One of the Greeks targets indicate that it was the Hellenic Register of Names .gr, which was attacked against its information systems in April 2019.
In addition, they openly expressed their opinion about them Anonymousus Greece.
The hackers with high know-how give answers that will impress but also will upset the Greek public!
It is worth noting that Sea Turtle hacking campaign against government websites in Europe and the Middle East, with Greece being one of the main targets, has raised global concern
Since 2017, a hacking campaign known as Sea Turtle has been launched, which is evolving into a dangerous cyber terrorism which may be a harbinger of one cyber war.
The hackers initially attacked government organizations, energy companies, think tanks, international government organizations, airports and high-profile figures in North Africa and the Middle East, and then spread to Europe and America.
Early speculation showed that behind it hacking campaign are Iranian hackers, since they are famous for such attacks, with the latest targeting European energy companies.
Subsequent evidence reveals that the Sea Turtle campaign consists of hacking attacks by Turkish hackers. Read more about SecNews's research on Sea Turtle campaign here.
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