A screenshot of the page hackers installed on government websites in Idaho and several states since the weekend. The Idaho Treasurer’s office main website and three other related sites briefly were hacked with the anti-Western, pro-Islamic State messaging before they were fixed, but due to security settings, site visitors might not have seen the hacked pages.
A screenshot of the page hackers installed on government websites in Idaho and several states since the weekend. The Idaho Treasurer’s office main website and three other related sites briefly were hacked with the anti-Western, pro-Islamic State messaging before they were fixed, but due to security settings, site visitors might not have seen the hacked pages.
A screenshot of the page hackers installed on government websites in Idaho and several states since the weekend. The Idaho Treasurer’s office main website and three other related sites briefly were hacked with the anti-Western, pro-Islamic State messaging before they were fixed, but due to security settings, site visitors might not have seen the hacked pages.

Another hack of Idaho state websites, but no data taken

June 27, 2017 03:23 PM

UPDATED June 27, 2017 05:34 PM

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