Hackers take over Uganda government websites due to anti-gay policy
The Anonymous hacking group has hacked two Ugandan government websites, in retaliation for ‘violations of the rights of LGBT people’.
Anonymous is a loosely associated group of 'hacktivists' which originated in 2003.
It strongly opposes any form of oppression and censorship, and has been recently started to target governments which have anti-LGBT polices. Some of its members sometimes appear in public wearing Guy Fawkes masks. The websites of office of the prime minister of Uganda and the Uganda Justice Law and Order Sector were hacked by hacktivist named @DramaSett3r on twitter, in an operation dubbed #OpFuckAfrica. The activist also downloaded the databases of both sites and has threatened that their contents may be revealed.
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