UN subdomain for Swaziland hacked

Swaziland UN Hacked

In their biggest hack to date, the hacker group known as Cocain TeaM continues to replace websites with an ominous map, seemingly random messages, and the Pink Panther theme song. This time, their victim was the Swaziland subdomain on the United Nations website.

The screenshot above still appears for some as of the time of this story but in most places it has been replaced by a text message:

“har kos kholi vase ma hacker shode lol :))”

Cocain TeaM has been very active this month taking down websites. It may be random but the choice of websites seems to have some hacktivist leanings. Their goals are still unknown, but we likely haven’t seen the last of them. Breaking into the website of one of the most powerful political bodies in the world may just be the next step towards something bigger.

Written by Connor Livingston

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  • Persianddude

    what they’re basically trying to say is that “every idiot out there thinks they’re a hacker nowadays”

  • Anonymous

    Dude actually makes a LOT of sense when you think about it. Wow.
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