Hackers break into a U.S. government website and post pictures of Trump’s bloodied beating

Hackers have successfully hacked into a U.S. government website and posted a picture of U.S. President Donald Trump’s face covered in blood,media reported. An official with the U.S. Department of Homeland Security confirmed that the site is part of the Federal Storage Library Program (FLDP), but the image has now been removed. The attacked site showed users a black page that included photos of Trump being beaten and a message claiming the hacking group was acting on behalf of the “Islamic Republic of Iran.”

Hackers break into a U.S. government website and post pictures of Trump's bloodied beating

“We will not stop supporting our friends in the region: the oppressed people of Palestine, the oppressed people of Yemen, the people and Government of Syria, the Iraqi people and the Government, the oppressed people of Bahrain, the lebanese and the palestinian real mujahideen who have always received our support. The message read.

It is understood that the Trump bloodbath on the site is directly related to the recent U.S. airstrikes that killed Major General Qassem Soleimani.

Although the information suggests that Iranian hackers were behind the attacks, U.S. officials say there is no clear evidence of that. “We know that the FDLP website was compromised by pro-Iranian, anti-American information. There is no evidence that this is the work of Iranian state-backed actors. The site has been shut down and inaccessible. CISA is monitoring the situation with the FDLP and our federal partners. “

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