Turkish hackers managed to divert the domain name system (DNS) entries for several hundred Pakistani sites in the .pk top-level domain over the weekend,
On Saturday, Pakistani programmer Irfan Ahmad listed some 110 sites in the .pk TLD that had been subverted.
The Turkish hacker collective, RedHack, has leaked details on Turkish police informants and spying requests sent in to police. The 75MB text file is available on various file download sites (http://depositfiles.com/files/dgxtgh7mp) and contains thousands of emails most likely obtained when the group breached the site back in March of this year.
Members of RedHack recently accessed the Web site of Turkey's Ministry of Foreign Affairs, stealing data and and placing photos of Turkish prime minister Recep Tayyp Erdogan embracing Syrian president Bashar al Assad and Libyan dictator Muammar Gaddafi on the site.
"Today, the group provided a link to a Dropbox file-sharing address, which contained images of the identity cards the Turkish Foreign Ministry has issued for foreign diplomats working in Turkey," PanARMENIAN.net reports.