Hacker confuses NASA for NSA, leaves anti-surveillance message on 14 sites

A hacker who took down 14 different Nasa websites may have confused the US space agency for the National Security Agency (NSA).

The Brazilian hacker took down a range of sites run out of the Ames Research Centre, including moonfest.arc.nasa.gov and kepler.arc.nasa.gov, leaving a message protesting against NSA surveillance, the war in Syria and, er, Dan Brown? We are not entirely sure.

The hacker, going by the name BMPoC, said:
“NASA HACKED! By #BMPoCWe! Stop spy on us! The Brazilian population do not support your attitude! The Illuminati are now visibly acting!

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Source www.wired.co.uk






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