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Website of Jordan’s Prime Ministry Hacked by Anonymous


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Anonymous hackers have breached and defaced the official website of Jordan’s Prime Ministry (pm.gov.jo). The hack is a form of protest against increasing prices.

The defacement page published by the hacktivists has been removed. However, the webpage has been cached by Google so it can still be accessed. In the message posted on the hacked website, Anonymous members condemn the government for raising prices.

Jordanian officials have told AFP that the site was hacked for several hours. They claim to have already identified the attackers.

“Legal action will be taken against them,” said Jordan’s Information Minister Mohammad Momani.

At the time of writing, the Prime Ministry’s website appears to be inaccessible.

Jordan’s government has already increased taxes on mobile communications services and imported clothing. It plans on doing the same for electricity and fuel.


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