=> Tin tặc Trung Quốc tấn công sân bay Nội Bài, Tân Sơn Nhất.
=> Chinese Hacker 1937CN attack Vietnam’s airports after Hague judge about South China Sea 07/29/2016
Chiều 29/9, hàng loạt màn hình hiển thị thông tin chuyến bay cùng hệ thống phát thanh của sân bay bất ngờ bị tin tặc chèn nội dung kích động, xuyên tạc về Biển Đông… !!
Loa phóng thanh tại sân bay quốc tế Nội Bài bị tin tặc Trung Cộng chiếm quyền kiểm soát, bọn chúng phát thông điệp đe doạ, chửi bới và xúc phạm Việt Nam.
Khoảng 16h, tại sân bay Nội Bài, Tân Sơn Nhất, nhiều hành khách đang làm thủ tục hốt hoảng khi thấy các màn hình thông tin chuyến bay bất ngờ thay đổi. Trên màn hình hiển thị các thông tin kích động, xúc phạm Việt Nam và Philippines, xuyên tạc các nội dung về Biển Đông. Hệ thống phát thanh của sân bay cũng phát đi những thông điệp tương tự. Sau khoảng 4 phút, nhà chức trách sân bay đã tắt toàn bộ hệ thống âm thanh, màn hình…
Chinese hackers attack VN’s airports and Vietnam Airlines’ website.
A team of self-proclaimed Chinese hacker has compromised the announcement screen systems at two major airports in Vietnam, and hacked the website of the country’s national flag carrier and stolen personal information of over 400,000 passengers, the Ministry of Transport confirmed on Friday.
On Friday afternoon, some flight information screens at both Noi Bai International Airport in Hanoi and Tan Son Nhat International Airport in Ho Chi Minh City have been compromised to display offensive messages toward Vietnam and the Philippines, along with distorted information about the East Vietnam Sea.
The Da Nang International Airport, the largest of its kind in central Vietnam, did not have the announcement system compromised, but the computer system experienced repeated glitches.
Deputy Minister of Transport Nguyen Nhat confirmed to Tuoi Tre (Youth) newspaper at 6:00pm that relevant authorities have stopped the hackers from attacking the systems at both airports.
Airlines at the terminals had to shut down some check-in counters and switched to manual procedure completion, which may lead to flight delays.
Competent agencies are looking into the incidents to identify their causes, deputy minister Nhat said.
A video posted on Facebook on Friday afternoon also shows the loudspeaker system at the same airport delivers an announcement in English, with the same offensive messages.
Some Vietnamese internet security experts also posted on their Facebook photos showing that the VIP passenger section on the website of Vietnam Airlines had also been hacked and defaced.
According to a screenshot, the hackers said they are China 1937CN Team, and the hacking is “a warning message” for Vietnam and the Philippines….
A Vietnam Airlines later confirmed that its website had been hacked, but did not know how long it had been under control of the hackers.
“We are trying to restore data and cannot comment at the moment whether the data has been leaked to outside sources,” the source said.
A source said data of some 411,000 passengers had been in the hand of the hackers.
The hacking came amid a string of recent actions by China to oppose an international court ruling against Beijing’s groundless claims in the East Vietnam Sea.
The July 12 ruling by the court in The Hague denied China’s sweeping claims in the strategic seaway, through which more than $5 trillion in global trade passes each year.
“There was no legal basis for China to claim historic rights to resources within the sea areas falling within the [so-called] ‘nine-dash line’,” the court said.
The ruling is claimed as a victory by the Philippines, which explains why the messages left by the hackers target at both countries.
1937CN is the hacker group that has launched numerous attacks to Vietnam and the Philippines.
Only in the last two days of May last year, around 1,000 Vietnamese websites were attacked by those hackers..
Among the attacked websites were 15 government-run platforms, with the domain name of .gov.vn, and 50 education (.edu.vn) ones, according to WhiteHat, an online forum for Internet security enthusiasts run by Bkav.
Around 200 websites of the Philippines were also attacked in the same period, between May 30 and 31, 2015.
1937cn claimed responsibility for the attacks and made them public on their website, according to WhiteHat