Over 440 Websites Hacked by the Hacktivist Group SecurityCrewz
Over 440 Websites Hacked by the Hacktivist Group SecurityCrewz

SecurityCrewz has received a lot of attention recently for their hacks in multiple nations across the world. The websites that have been hacked were located in Demark, Singapore, the United States. In fact, of the 440 website hacks, 140 happened in Denmark, 106 were on servers located in Singapore, and 200 websites on servers located in the United States.

The hackers posted this information on all of the sites that were affected:


Hacked by SecurityCrewz


^^_Tranquility Can Be Found When We Are With God_^^


[+] ^^ Sorry for This Messages ^^ [+]


Greeting’s Citizens of the World!!!! I am Security Crews!! Please open your Eyes wider for what Happened around us…


Humanity is gone in our life now… It’s full of Cruelty and Suppression… Killing others is an Unacceptable act and this should be STOPPED…


There is no Relgions and Laws permit this action… “For that, Please Open your MIND and Grab the ideas of which is right and which is not.”


For Admin!! You Don’t Worry About Your DataBase… Your DataBase Still Safe 100%!!!


Hey Admin!!! You Just Delete Index.html and Your Website Back to Normal…


Hello World!!! “Imam MAHDI” Coming Soon!!!


[+] World Deceive People, Causing Harm to Them and Abandoned By Them [+]

Freedom Will Rise Very Soon


[+] !! In the name of Allah, the Entirely Merciful, the Especially Merciful, Say, “O disbelievers, I do not worship what you worship. Nor are you worshippers of what I worship. Nor will I be a worshipper of what you worship. Nor will you be worshippers of what I worship. For you is your religion, and for me is my religion (Surah Al Kaftrum- 109)!! [+]

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How Did Such a Large Amount of Websites Get Hacked?
Zone-h reports that 8,700 websites were hacked in total in a very short amount of time. Checking the previous defacement reports that SecurityCrewz reported this year, many of the websites that were breached were hacked on Linux servers. What this means is that the hackers managed to gain root access to the servers in question, defacing all of the websites located on the server.

We aren’t 100 percent sure how they got root access to these sites, we believe that they have found a root exploit to overwhelm the newest server kernels. It’s also possible that the servers might be running on outdated, insecure kernels as well.

Here is a list of some websites hacked by SecurityCrewz:- (Click here to view list)

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