Bangladeshi hackers attack SL Government websites again

Saturday, 20 April 2013 00:00 -     - {{hitsCtrl.values.hits}}

A group of Bangladeshi Grey Hat Hackers (BGHH) called Ablaze Ever have hacked and defaced three high-profile Sri Lankan Government websites in protest of “disrespect of Islam”.

The sites of the Ministry of Rehabilitation and Prison Reforms (, the Chief Government Whip of Parliament ( and the Deyata Kirula Exhibition ( have been affected, according to Softpedia.

The hackers have said that the sites were breached to protest against the “disrespect of Islam”.

The hacker posted a message reading “I protest against disrespect of ‘Islam’. Why do you insult Islam when we don’t insult your religion?!?! Last warning for Sri Lanka Government. Stop this!!” on the websites.

A scrolling message on the hacked sites says: “Message to Sri Lanka Govt.: We are Sinhalese group protests Muslims and Halal meat, burn effigy of ‘Allah’!!!! In this protest, the cut-outs and banners read: ‘Sri Lanka is not an Arab country for making Halal foods. Halal is a death-trap to destroy the Sinhala nation. One of the cut-outs had a picture of a pig with ‘Allah’ written on it. And they burnt an effigy named ‘Halal’. I think you never play with Muslims. I’m never go away from you.”

Currently all the hacked websites are not accessible.