General News of Monday, 2 February 2015
The website of the Commission for Human Rights and Administrative Justice (CHRAJ) has been hacked a few weeks after several public institutions’ websites were taken down.
The hackers are believed to be coming from Tunisia and call themselves the Hani Xavi.
“Hacked By Hani Xavi #Fallaga_Tunisian_Team #1.2.3 Viva_Tunisie,” an Arabic song and an image of the Tunisian flag are all that could be seen on the anti-graft body’s website.
The Government of Ghana website www.ghana.gov.gh was recently hacked by a Turkish national who directed traffic on the site to his Facebook account.
Some other state institutions including, Education ministry, Navy, National Service Scheme , Works and Housing and the Foreign Affairs Ministries all had their official sites hacked by the same hacker.