Hackers Hacked Several Bank Websites Of Saudi

Recently this Wednesday 17th Feb,”The oppressed defenders” a new hacking group conducted a cyber attack on Saudi Arabian based bank AlJazira in shape of a DDOS. As a result the online banking and e-service domains of bank AlJazira were forced to go offline for more than thirty minutes. The reason behind targeting this bank was human rights violations within the Kingdom,said one of the hacker.

“Creating security environment and violent reaction to people, having more than 30000 political prisoners in Saudi jails and … are not acceptable for any human being. We do not remain silent at Saudi regime’s brutal behavior with its people is ending”, according to the hacker.

In past few weeks the same group had attacked Saudi financial institutions.Samba, Alahli and Riyad bank are the institutions hacked previously .Hacker had warned the new Saudi king Salman bin Abdulaziz to stop violating human rights in the country or never ending cyber attacks will be faced.

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“Those attacks on Samba, Alahli, Riyad bank were just small warnings to the Saudi regime and it’s king and if they don’t pay attention to the demands made by people, there will be attacks with more strength than before. These attacks are warnings to make Saudi regime change its behavior with the people and stops its wrong policies,” the hacker added.

 

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