Google Malaysia website affected by DNS redirect attack


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  • Tuesday, 14 Apr 2015

NO ACCESS: A DNS redirect attack is causing some users to see this page.

Some users visiting the Google Malaysia website are seeing a hacked page that says “Google Malaysia hacked by TiGER-M@TE”.

Although TiGER-M@TE claims to have hacked the search giant’s local website, it seems to be another DNS redirect attack on the .my domain.

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