RedHack takes down Fethullah Gülen website
ISTANBUL - Hürriyet Daily News
RedHack posted its emblem on the website.
The website fethullahgulen.info, a page dedicated to Turkish religious leader Fethullah Gülen, has been taken down by the RedHack organization.
Members of the socialist RedHack group replaced the original contents of the website with their own emblem – a red hammer and sickle with a hand holding a computer keyboard – and a message that read "Down with the imam and his minions. Long live the revolution.”
RedHack was responsible for hacking into Ankara police's database in February, when they downloaded secret information including messages from informants and passwords to email accounts of high-ranking police officers. The incident revealed that the Turkish police used the number sequence "123456" as a password to save secret documents.