Malaysian sites hit by DNS poisoning

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Search queries involving Malaysian domain names were poisoned this morning, leading visitors to temporary sites with a message from what appears to be a hacker protesting against the treatment of Bangladeshi workers in the country.
 
Affected sites included Dell Malaysia (.com.my), all Microsoft sites on the .my suffix -- notably MSN Malaysia (.com.my), Skype Malaysia (.com.my) and Bing Malaysia (.com.my) -- as well as antivirus site Kaspersky (.com.my). Google Malaysia (.com.my), YouTube Malaysia (.com.my) and a few other .my domain sites.
 
Redirected users were greeted with a new homepage (see image), with the following statement:

    “HackeD By TiGER-M@TE
    #Bangladeshi HackeR
    Hello malaysia, you think you are more advanced than us? Respect our workers, we will respect you!
    Running it since 2007 :)”

SEARCH queries involving Malaysian domain names were poisoned this morning, leading visitors to temporary sites with a message from what appears to be a hacker protesting against the treatment of Bangladeshi workers in the country.
 
Affected sites included Dell Malaysia (.com.my), all Microsoft sites on the .my suffix -- notably MSN Malaysia (.com.my), Skype Malaysia (.com.my) and Bing Malaysia (.com.my) -- as well as antivirus site Kaspersky (.com.my). Google Malaysia (.com.my), YouTube Malaysia (.com.my) and a few other .my domain sites.
 
Redirected users were greeted with a new homepage (see image), with the following statement:

“HackeD By TiGER-M@TE
#Bangladeshi HackeR
Hello malaysia, you think you are more advanced than us? Respect our workers, we will respect you!
Running it since 2007 :)”

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