Turkish hackers target Suzuki Greece’s webpage

Turkish hackers target Suzuki Greece’s webpage

Turkish hackers hijacked briefly on Tuesday the official Greek webpage of Japanese automaker Suzuki, posting the same message they uploaded in Monday's hacking of the state-run news agency's webpage ANA-MPA.

In a message written in Turkish and English, the hackers reiterate accusations that Greece is harboring terrorists, in a reference to the eight Turkish servicemen who fled to the country in 2016, after the failed coup in the neighboring country. 

“How we throw the your [sic] ancestors into the sea, we will throw you and the terrorist organization FETO which you support into the sea!” the message warned, making reference to the Greek-Turkish war almost 100 years ago and the FETO organization which Ankara accuses of orchestrating the coup. 

Suzuki's webpage was down for a few hours on Tuesday but has now been restored.

Speaking earlier to broadcaster SKAI, the General Manager of the Athens-Macedonian News Agency, Michalis Psilos, said the attacks are likely to continue as we head towards the Turkish general elections.

Subscribe to our Newsletters

Enter your information below to receive our weekly newsletters with the latest insights, opinion pieces and current events straight to your inbox.

By signing up you are agreeing to our Terms of Service and Privacy Policy.