Melbourne IT Server hacked By Syrian Electronic Army: Affects Twitter, NY times, Huffington Post

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twitter.com, twing.com, nytimes.com huffingtonpost.co.uk, twitter.co.uk, twitter.co.lc and other domains of the twitter
 This hacks also effects the others sites too. Where The New york Times was also not available and Huffington Post UK was also affected.
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Syrian Electronic Army claimed that they have hacked the Melbourne system on there twitter announcement. Firstly they claimed they have owned the Twitter domain on the post. After some time they made one more post claiming to media network getting down.

MatthewKeysLive, Internet Journalist from the Melbourne IT team, accepted that there system was hacked the hacker. Hackers use the login details (username and password)  of the Melbourne IT reseller, which allow the hackers to do the above change on the DNS and other details. 
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