Thursday, September 25, 2008

Hackers partially damage Parliament website

Hackers have partially damaged the website of the Parliament of Georgia. The link to the Healthcare Committee is now damaged and the details of the anti drug bill contained on the site are now unreadable.

The Healthcare Committee is unable to explain why this has happened, but confirms that the portal is being renewed and details of the anti drug bill will again be available on the site.

1 comment:

Anthony S. Policastro said...

I have always thought that one day hackers would be bold enough, confident enough and powerful enough to take control of one of our country’s major infrastructures such as air control, electricity or the Internet. This post just confirms my belief that one day hackers or an organized group of them will hack into the major infrastructure systems of our society and cause a major catastrophe. In fact, I've written a book about such a scenario where hackers take over the cell phone network and the power grid and hold the US hostage. Dark End of the Spectrum available at the publisher's website at http://www.lulu.com/content/3515824 is so realistic that a so called covert operative has contacted me and wants me to run sensitive information on my blog at http://aspnovelist.blogspot.com
Check it out and see for yourself.