JENKS -- Jenks Chamber of Commerce website was hacked late Friday by what appears to be a Palestinian protestor.
The content on the website Saturday morning showed graphic images of Palestinian children and states “Occupation and terrorist kill them daily.”
The hacker reveals a Twitter username of SiR Abdou on the website. According to ehackingnews.com, this was the same username that hacked 176 Russian websites in three days earlier this year.
Jenks Chamber President Josh Driskell says this is the second “attack” in the last month by the same group.
“It happened about a month ago,” Driskell said. “We are working to take care of it.”
The chamber was able to resolve the issue around 11 a.m. Saturday.
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