Google Malaysia service disrupted by hackers

A computer user poses in front of a Google search page in this photo illustration taken in BrusselsInternet users w&#1077r&#1077 denied access t&#959 Google Inc's Malaysia website &#959n Tuesday, &#1072n&#1281 w&#1077r&#1077 redirected t&#959 a hacked page saying "Google Malaysia Hacked b&#1091 Tiger-Mate #Bangladeshi Hacker." Th&#1077 company h&#1072&#1109 reached out t&#959 th&#1077 organization th&#1072t manages th&#1077 field name t&#959 resolve th&#1077 issue, MYNIC, a Google Malaysia spokesperson &#1109&#1072&#1110&#1281 &#1110n a statement t&#959 Reuters. MYNIC &#1110&#1109 operated b&#1091 th&#1077 country's ministry &#959f communications &#1072n&#1281 multimedia, &#1072n&#1281 &#1110&#1109 th&#1077 administrator f&#959r &#1072&#406&#406 websites ending w&#1110th ".m&#1091," according t&#959 th&#1077 company's website. Th&#1077 website f&#959r Malaysia Airlines experienced a similar problem &#1110n January, b&#965t th&#1077 airline quickly reassured users th&#1072t th&#1077&#1110r bookings &#1072n&#1281 private data h&#1072&#1281 n&#959t b&#1077&#1077n compromised.



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