S3rver.exe Hacked Chinese Govt Website

S3rver.exe, the 13-year-old Australian hacker, has kept himself busy by breaching a couple of websites that belong to the Chinese government, more precisely the sites of the Tongcheng Environmental Protection and an official police site.

 “They support the Syrian Government by Vetoing resolutions and they are very oppressive to their citizens,” S3rver.exe motivated his actions.

The hacker not only leaked information from their databases, but he also made public the vulnerabilities that affect the sites, leaving them exposed.

Because he supports Anonymous operations, the hacktivist also leaked the databases of Bahrain’s ICT Specific Council. Similar to other countries such as Egypt or Syria, Anonymous has been quite active in Bahrain, the state’s government being targeted for the violent behavior displayed toward its citizens.

One of S3rver’s latest targets is the Embassy of the Islamic Republic of Iran in Mexico. When asked about his reasons for targeting the embassy’s website, the hacker pointed to a statement published by Anonymous in support for the Iranian people when OpIran began.

“We know how great you are. You have been killed, jailed, tortured and silenced by the illegal regime which has hijacked your country for the past decades, and yet you still rose up last year against a force that you knew meant you harm. They may kill one person every eight hours, but they can't kill your fighting spirit,” Anonymous said at the time.

Since the interview we’ve had with S3rver.exe, he has been quite busy, becoming involved in operations from all over the world. After he hacked the UFC’s official site, he helped Anonymous Brazil breach around 80 government websites.

He also hacked the site of the Oakland PD as part of Occupy Oakland and aided Anonymous Romania in defacing the website of an organization protecting the rights of the citizens who participated in the 1989 revolution.
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