Anonymous Takes Down President of Greece’s Website

Anonymous Takes Down President of Greece’s Website
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As Greece’s parliament approved austerity measures this Monday, Anonymous supported the protesters and took down several official websites of Greece including the sites of Greek prime minister and the police.

Now the hacktivist group by extending it’s reach has taken down the website of Greek President – – the website is totally inaccessible and is showing the following message “Error establishing a database connection”.

The news came directly from one of the pages of Anonymous on Facebook. Let me remind you, this is the same Facebook page that yesterday reported about the ‘Anonymous taking down of second time

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Look how many likes the post have received from Facebook users within few minutes of it’s posting:

Anonymous Takes Down President of Greece's Website

Update at 4:45 pm EST: The website is up now.

Source: Anonymous Facebook Page

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