Earlier, the website was hacked at 5pm on Sunday, before being restored at 9:30am on Monday
Just seven and a half hours after it had been restored, the official website of the Bangladesh Oil, Gas and Mineral Corporation (Petrobangla) was hacked again at 5pm on Monday.
Earlier, the website (www.petrobangla.org.bd) was hacked at 5pm on Sunday, before being restored at 9:30am on Monday.
In the latest hacking incident, hackers using the name “N33LOB33” wrote on the website: “It is not possible to work with such security. It has been hacked again. Contact at [email protected]. We are fixing the weakness in your security.
“Hacking Is Not Crime. It’s An Art Of Logic. Respect : [email protected] | Bangladesh Cyber Army | Team_CC | BD Grey Hat Hackers | 3xp1r3 Cyber Army | Bangladesh Script Kiddie Hackers | Blacksmith Hackers Team |,” the message added.
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Following the recovery of the website on Monday morning, Tariqul Islam Khan, manager of the public relations wing at Petrobangla, claimed all the information on the website was unaffected.
During Sunday’s hacking incident, the hackers wrote on the website: “Your All Data Are Safe”.
Earlier, the Petrobangla website was hacked soon after the Rohingya influx started on August 25, 2017, and also on December 19, 2015.
The state-run corporation has 12 subordinate companies running upstream and downstream energy businesses.