Malaysian football fans hack Singapore website


Senior Member
7 Jun 2011

SINGAPORE - A Singapore website dealing with used cars - Singapore Cars Online - was hacked by a group of Malaysian hackers earlier today.

Calling themselves M43L Tro0pers, the hackers put a picture of Malaysia's national striker, Mohd Safee Mohd Sali, in the centre of the homepage.

They also included a message to Singapore fans. The hackers say they hacked into the website as they were angry at Singapore fans.

They accused Singapore fans of being "so rude" when Malaysia lost to Singapore in the recent World Cup qualifier matches.

The hackers also accused Singapore's Lions of "cheating" and "acting", and that they won because of their foreign players.

At the end of the hate message to Singapore fans, the hackers left a message to the website owners:

"Don't worry, we didn't harm your database. We never stole and we never delete your database. We just paste and we just see and collected your database. You got pwned coz your server was opened to got hacked."

It is believed that two hackers, called 'Ar3z M43L Sr'*and 'Ap3k M43L Jr',*are responsible for the hacking. When users tried right-clicking on any of the subsections in the homepage, their names would appear.

Malaysian football fans hack Singapore website



Well-Known Member
2 Jun 2011
First they shine the green light, then they draw the flag, and now this? Lol this is getting good


Well-Known Member
4 Jun 2011
next time cannot win them liao la. win one time kena so much dai ji