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Hackers target UN Development Program website

Hacker group Team Poison is taking credit for the recent hacking of the website for the United Nations Development Program, according to reports on websites devoted to hacking and internet news.
Team Poison said it hacked the UNDP website and leaked thousands of usernames, passwords and emails, posting leaked account details on Pastebin, reports Hacker News.
Softpedia is reporting that the details were leaked as a form of protest and that hackers described the UN as “the bureaucratic head of NATO used to legitimize the Barbarism of Capitalist elite.”
The hackers also wrote: “United Nations, why didn’t you expect us?”
In the statement, Team Poison described the UN as “a senate for global corruption . . . to facilitate the introduction of a new world order and a one world government.”
Team Poison had previously taken credit for hacking into BlackBerry’s blog after its maker, Research in Motion, decided to co-operate with the London police after riots in August. It has threatened to reveal the membership of Lulzsec, another hacking group.
Team Poison announced its attack on its Twitter account.
According to BBC News, a spokeswoman for the UNDP said that “an old server which contains old data” was hacked. Sausan Ghosheh assured the BBC that “UNDP is taking action to close any vulnerabilities on our website.”
Team Poison claimed that it has joined forces with Anonymous, another computer hacking group, on a new initiative dubbed Operation Robin Hood, which is designed to target banks and financial institutions, reports Hacker News.
A You Tube video has been posted to explain the initiative.

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