The website and Twitter feed of the Financial Times have been attacked by members of the Syrian Electronic Army (SEA), a pro-regime group that has carried out a number of attacks on Western media groups.
The hackers were apparently able to gain access to the FT's Tech Blog, posting a number of articles titled "Hacked By The Syrian Electronic Army."
The articles now appear to have been removed, but their titles can be seen via search:
The group also appeared to have compromised some of the media group's Twitter accounts. While the tweets from the SEA appear to have been deleted, Twitter users have caught some screenshots:
Th3 Pr0 sent screenshots that appeared to show he had access to some of the FT's Twitter accounts:
Th3 Pr0 also sent screenshots that appeared to show he had access to at least one FT email account:
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