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A group claiming to be from Iran hacked and defaced a US government agency website, posting an image of Trump being punched in the face

A group claiming to be from Iran hacked and defaced a US government agency website, posting an image of Trump being punched in the face
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A group claiming to be from Iran hacked and defaced a US government agency website on Saturday with an image of Trump being punched in the face alongside pro-Iranian messages.




As of Sunday morning, The Federal Depository Library Program's (FDLP) website was down and the message had been removed from its main page. However, pro-Iranian messages are still showing on its Google search page details.




This apparent hack comes just days after the death of Maj. Gen. Qassem Soleimani, who was killed in a US airstrike ordered by President Trump.




In return, Iran has promised "harsh revenge;" experts warned that this could include cyberattacks.




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A group claiming to be from Iran hacked and defaced a US government agency website on Saturday, posting an image of Trump being punched in the face alongside pro-Iranian messages. The news was first reported by The Daily Mail.
As of Sunday morning, The Federal Depository Library Program's (FDLP) website was down and the message had been removed from its main page.
The FDLP, which is run by the US Government Publishing Office, gives the public access to government publications and information for free.
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