Official Website of Ali Moeen Nawazish Defaced by Spanish Hackers

The site of Indian ethical hacker Trishneet Arora has also been hacked

  Trishneet Arora's website defaced
Hackers of the Spanish group Team One Unite have defaced the official website of Ali Moeen Nawazish, the Pakistani student who broke a world record by passing 23 A-levels.

Hackers of the Spanish group Team One Unite have defaced the official website of Ali Moeen Nawazish, the Pakistani student who broke a world record by passing 23 A-levels.

According to Cyber News, it’s uncertain why the hackers have targeted Nawazish’s website. It’s possible they were simply trying to prove that the site was vulnerable.

A similar hack affected the website of Trishneet Arora, an Indian ethical hacker and cybercrime consultant.

EHN reports that Team Cyber-Rog hackers have defaced Arora’s website to “expose his true face.”

“You have disappointed us, we will continue to own and expose people like Trishneet . Learn to secure yourself before you teach others. Trishneet , stop making fake account of girls and and conducting fake workshops for money/profit. We are watching you. Expect Us,” the hackers said.

At the time of writing, the website of Ali Moeen Nawazish was restored, but the one of Arora was still inaccessible.

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