Hackers place manifest on Italian ministerial website

A hacker group has placed its manifest on the website of the Italian Ministry of Transport.
The group, which identifies itself as AnonPlus, says that it has penetrated through a website vulnerability.

This allowed them to upload a web page themselves. “We did not find sensitive data on the server,” the hackers said on Twitter. “But we would like to draw attention to it.”

In the manifesto, the hackers write to fight against censorship and corruption. They close the message with the statement “We are legion”, which was previously used by Anonymous hackers.

The page was online since Tuesday night, after which she was taken offline by the ministry on Wednesday morning.

AnonPlus previously penetrated the site of the Italian copyright watchdog. In addition, 4 gigabytes of data was stolen.

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