Google Malaysia homepage falls victim to DNS attack

Google’s Malaysian homepage is currently inaccessible after falling victim to an apparent hacking attack. A splash page at carries the message “Google Malaysia STAMPED by PAKISTANI LEETS”, with “Team MadLEETS” claiming responsibility. The bottom of the page reads “Pakistan Zindabad,” a patriotic slogan meaning “Long Live Pakistan.”

The attack does not appear to be political in nature, however. “There’s not much reason behind it, only to prove that security is just an illusion. It does not exist,” said team leader Leet in a statement to TechCrunch. “We have no political intentions whatsoever.” The Madleets Facebook page shows similar sentiments:

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