Iranian hackers’ breach US government website in retaliation for airstrike


A website operated by the U.S. government has been hacked by a group claiming to represent the government of Iran.

The website operated by the little-known Federal Depository Library Program,, was hacked and defaced on Saturday, and has been taken offline.

A message from the hackers left on the website read: ‘in the name of god. >>>>> Hacked By Iran Cyber Security Group HackerS … ;)<<<<<. This is only small part of Iran’s cyber ability! We’re always ready.’

The FDLP is a program created to make federal government publications available to the public at no cost. The image above appeared on on Saturday before the website was taken offline

It followed the similar hacking of websites for a number of obscure, non-governmental entities, including the Sierra Leone Commercial Bank, the Taiwan Lung Meng Technology Company, and the Human Rights Protection Association of India.

The website for a British company called Bigways was also struck in the cyber attacks. Security experts have already warned that cyber attacks could be part of Iran’s retaliation for the U.S. airstrike on Friday that killed Revolutionary Guard General Qassem Soleimani, a top official in Iran and beloved there.

Iran’s state-backed hackers are already among the world’s most aggressive and could inject malware that triggers major disruptions to the U.S. public and private sector.

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