English Defence League Website Hacked by ZHC

The hackers are determined to expose the wrongdoings of the site's administrators

Hackers of the ZComany Hacking Crew (ZHC) have breached and defaced the website of the English Defence League (englishdefenceleague.org) – a far-right British organization.

The hackers accuse the site’s administrators of “harassing innocent people and stealing money from them to fund their racist adventures.”

To demonstrate their point, they've published screenshots of emails in which individuals are complaining that they have been tricked into subscribing to the English Defence League (EDL) website.

Furthermore, some claim that their credit cards have been illegally utilized to make donations.

“Such a shame! EDL admins! As we ZHC said we will always be one step ahead of you. We will chase you, expose your racism and even remove you from the web. We demonstrated it successfully by deleting your Facebook page three times,” the hackers wrote on the defaced page.

They have threatened to keep attacking the organization.

“And we have demonstrated it successfully by defacing and exposing your frauds yet again. But the best is yet to come. Yes right, details of supporters and donors of EDL will be made public soon. A racist organization like you don't deserve to exist. And we ZHC will leave no stone upturned in exposing your lies,” they added.

“To the ordinary EDL members: These EDL admins lie to you. They have been using your donations and funds for their personal gain. But don't worry ZHC is here for the audit. Stop following the admins like sheeps.”

At the time of writing, the English Defence League site was still defaced.

This is not the first time when hackers take aim at the website. Back in 2010, hacktivists leaked the details of members who donated money to the organization.

One year later, the same site was defaced by TriCk, the leader of the TeaMp0isoN group. In March 2012, a distributed denial-of-service (DDOS) attack forced the site offline.

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