Straits Times website hacked for misleading article

Techinasia.com, 1 Nov 2013

A blog from The Straits Times, Singapore’s most read newspaper, has been cracked this morning by The Messiah, an individual (or group of individuals) who claims to be from the Anonymous collective.
The breach occurred after the same group put up a YouTube video threatening war with the Singapore government for adopting an internet licensing framework that critics say restricts freedom of information.
The Messiah defaced an article written by reporter Irene Tham, replacing it with a lengthy note saying that she had misrepresented Anonymous’ message while reporting on the YouTube video. Full story

Please note that the hacked ST webpage can still be view at Google cache:
http://webcache.googleusercontent.com/search?q=cache:blogs.straitstimes.com/2013/11/01/dear-st-you-just-got-hacked-for-misleading-the-people/

Related:
  1. STRAITS TIMES HACKED BY THE MESSIAH FOR "MISLEADING THE PEOPLE" - The Real Singapore
  2. Singapore newspaper blog site hacked by Anonymous - Denver Post
  3. Singapore: Straits Times blog site hacked by Anonymous - Asian Correspondent
  4. 'Anonymous' hack Singapore newspaper's website - Daily Mirror
  5. Daily calls up police after hackers attack Singapore’s Straits Times, take over blog post - The Standard
There was an error in this gadget