Hackers warn to topple government amid arrest of two colleagues

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PHNOM PENH (The Cambodia Herald) –Hacker group (Anonymous Cambodia) warned to topple Cambodian Government if two colleagues arrested recently are not released.

The group has called for support to help release the arrestees, warning that anonymous around the world would join hands with them to overthrow the Cambodian Government, according to its Facebook page which has received over 7,000 likes in just three days. 

“The corrupt fear us; the honest support us; the heroic join us,” it said. “We do not forgive and forget, expect us.”

Recently Cambodian government under collaboration with FBI arrested two people linked to cyber attacks on websites of national institution.

The arrestees identified as 21-year-old Bun King Mongkolpanha, alias Sexmachine or Blackcyber, and 21-year-old Cho Songheng. Both are year three students from SETEC Institute in Phnom Penh and could face from one to two year imprisonment.

At least 30 websites of national and private institutions were attacked by Anonymous Cambodia, a group of local computer hackers, before general election in July 2013, according to General Commissariat of National Police.

Those main institutions websites included National Election Committee, Anti-Corruption Unit, Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation, Ministry of National Defense, Phnom Penh City Hall and others websites

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