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Hacked - Jamaica's Ministry of Labour and Social Security Website Vandalized by Cybercriminals

2018-02-06T13:58:41 -  +
Hacked - Jamaica's Ministry of Labour and Social Security Website Vandalized by Cybercriminals

Jamaica's Ministry of Labour and Social Security website at www.mlss.gov.jm has been hacked and vandalized by a hacking group that calls themselves "MyGf" from the website TurkHackTeam-org. The hackers or cyber criminals posted the message "Hacked by MyGg TurkHackTeam-org XoRRoKiN - You just got PWNED!!" along with a picture of an animated boy pointing a finger on the homepage of the government's website. Please see a screenshot of the hacked website below.

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The Hacked Ministry of Labour and Social Security Website

The Hacked Jamaica Ministry of Labour and Social Security Website

http://www.mlss.gov.jm/

The Ministry of Labour and Social Security is a static website that provides public information and does not require users to sign-in, therefore, we do not think that sensitive information like usernames and passwords have been stolen by the hackers. And, it seems the hackers did it for bragging rights based on the message they have posted on the vandalized website.

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  • Posted: Mar 8, 2018 by info

    The website is back up and running, and even looking better than before.

    delete


  • Posted: Mar 7, 2018 by an anonymous user from or near: Woodbridge, Ontario, Canada

    Hello. Hackers try catching duppies in the country parts of Jamaica. This is more exciting than hacking. No problem.

    delete


  • Posted: Mar 7, 2018 by an anonymous user from or near: Woodbridge, Ontario, Canada

    Hackers, please eat a few mangoes and cool out. People need their pensions.

    delete


  • Posted: Feb 6, 2018 by an anonymous user from or near: Kingston, Jamaica

    These hackers want something to do. They need to channel their knowledge on something else. Something that will create a greater good.

    delete


    • Posted: Feb 9, 2018 by an anonymous user from or near: Kingston, Jamaica

      If they cannot secure a site like that from been hack, how can we trust them with our personal info.

      delete


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