ANCYL website hacked again

“HA HA HA. I have a 16 Million Rand house and all of you don’t!!!!” the ANC Youth League website stated today

By - July 24, 2011
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The ANC Youth League (ANCYL) website has been hacked again, with the words “HA HA HA. I have a 16 Million Rand house and all of you don’t!!!!” next to an image of ANCYL president Julius Malema greeting visitors to the website today (26 July 2011) – ANCYL website hacked screenshot here

This is the latest in a string of security breaches of the ANCYL website over the last few months which typically involved posting derogatory messages about Julius Malema on the site.

At the end of March the following message appeared on the ANCYL website after a security breach: “After much thought I, Julius Malema, have decided to step down as ANC Youth league President.”

“I have brought my party the ANC into disrepute; I have disrespected my elders and have made a fool out of myself; I promote my own agenda over my country and parties; I promote the singing of racist songs to promote violence and unrest in the country.”

“It is with great hope that I step down and welcome a new era in the ANCYL, one where thought and vision inspire our country rather then racism and personal ambition destroy it.”

ANCYL website hacked: March 2011

ANCYL website hacked: March 2011

In May the website was hacked again, this time showing an edited picture of Malema as a puppet in the hands of president Jacob Zuma as well as Malema’s matric results.

ANCYL website hacked: May 2011

ANCYL website hacked: May 2011

The following image comes from the ANCYL website which was compromised on 24 July 2011.

ANCYL website hacked July 2011

ANCYL website hacked July 2011

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