Security expert says Anonymous Malaysia’s threat must be taken seriously, doesn’t expect all out attack


In 2011, Anonymous defaced 200 Malaysian websites. — Screengrab from Facebook

PETALING JAYA: After laying dormant for almost six years, a hacker activist group claiming to be Anonymous Malaysia said it will be initiating attacks against Malaysian government websites soon.

The attack will be a "wake-up call", the group said in a Facebook post, demanding that the government does more to prevent data leaks.

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