HomerapidshareThe Turkish hacker RootAyyildiz hacks the e-shop of FOX station

The Turkish hacker RootAyyildiz hacks the e-shop of FOX station

FOX eshop hacked: The well-known hacker RootAyyildiz Turkish Defacer, the "Father of Turkish hackers" as they call him, strikes again! According to exclusive information from SecNews, the Turkish hacker is responsible for one defacement attack on the eshop of the FOX station.

As can be seen from the screenshot below, the hacker violated the site http://shop.fox.com/password, leaving a message in English and a YouTube video in Turkish.

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Anyone trying to access the site is faced with the following image:

RootAyyildiz deface FOX FOX eshop hacked
FOX television eshop hacked: Turkish hacker RootAyyildiz hacks FOX e-shop

Who is RootAyyildiz Turkish Defacer;

O RootAyyildiz Turkish Defacer is also known as "Father of Turkish hackers". He has won this title thanks to his skills and successful attacks. It is one of the most recognizable hackers worldwide, carrying out high-profile attacks on government targets. He has certainly caught the eye of many law enforcement agencies with his actions, due to his successful hacking attacks. For the hackers, he is a strong opponent who, with each successful attack, raises the bar even higher, while for his victims / targets, his name causes terror and anxiety.

The Turkish hacker RootAyyildiz Turkish Defacer has attacked Greek Ministries and services and the Internet Register of .gr and .el names.

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FOX television eshop hacked: Turkish hacker RootAyyildiz hacks FOX e-shop

What is defacement attack?

A defacement attack is a kind of "vandalism" of a website, where hackers penetrate the website and replace its content with their own messages. It is usually used to cover something bigger, in the background, and the messages may convey a political or religious message, inappropriate content, or a notice that the site has been compromised.

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Content alteration is usually achieved by using SQL injection and logging in to the administrator account. Common targets of defacement attacks are government figures and websites, or religious websites, and attacks are most often carried out by hacktivists, who prefer large pages with many viewers.

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