Turkish Hackers Crack Electric Utility; Delete $670 Billion Of Pending Bills

RedHack - a Turkish hacker collective - has hacked the website of the Turkey Electricity Transmission Company, and, as TechWorm reports, claim to have deleted the pending bills of Turkish citizens amounting to Turkish Lira 1.5 trillion (a stunning $668.5 billion). The collective, which has many hacktivism projects against Turkey's internet censorship laws, posted a video of how they deleted the debt of millions of Turks.

 

As TechWorm reports,

RedHack the Turkey’s number one hacker collective today hacked into the website of the Turkey Electricity Transmission Company website.

 

They then did something which will cheer a lot of Turkish citizens who owe large amounts to the Electricity department.

 

They have claimed that they have deleted the pending bill of Turkish citizens amounting to Turkish Lira 1.5 trillion. 
 



Redhack, are a Turkish hacker collective.  They follow the Marxist–Leninist ideology and were founded in 1997. The RedHack has so far hacked several high profile Turkish websites like Council of Higher Education, Turkish police forces, the Turkish Army, Türk Telekom, and the National Intelligence Organization and many other websites.

 

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It has also put up a video about how it deleted the debt of millions of Turkish electricity distribution company customers.

The video is given below :