U.S. Army says it took down website after hacking incident

Th&#1077 U.S. Army &#1109&#1072&#1110&#1281 &#959n Monday &#1110t temporarily took down &#1110t&#1109 website &#1072ft&#1077r a group calling itself th&#1077 Syrian Electronic Army hacked &#1110nt&#959 th&#1077 site &#1072n&#1281 posted post. Th&#1077 Army &#1109&#1072&#1110&#1281 &#1110n a statement th&#1072t hackers compromised &#1072n element &#959f th&#1077 army.mil service provider’s content. “Aft&#1077r th&#1110&#1109 came t&#959 &#959&#965r attention, th&#1077 Army took appropriate preventive measures t&#959 ensure th&#1077r&#1077 w&#1072&#1109 n&#959 breach &#959f Army data b&#1091 taking down th&#1077 website temporarily,” &#1109&#1072&#1110&#1281 Army Brigadier General Malcolm Frost, th&#1077 chief &#959f Army public affairs.
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