MasterCard taken over by hackers in support of Wikileaks

Hackers have attacked MasterCard website in protest against the blockade of the company Wikileaks. "! down, that's what you get when you mess with @ @ wikileaks Anon_Central and enter the community of individuals lulz love: D" wrote @ ibomhacktivist, which seems to be related to the anonymous hacker collective. While MasterCard's site is online, there are reports that he was completely disconnected at one point because of the DDoS (Distributed Denial of Service).

In December 2010, hackers got Mastercard website, along with Postfinance and PayPal, for exactly the same reason: block WikiLeaks.

Shortly after the attack on MasterCard, Wikileaks acknowledged in his official Twitter account that many banks still do business with the organization. "The illegal blockade against WikiLeaks bank in the sixth month: The culprits: VISA, MasterCard, PayPal, Bank of America, Western Union, "said tweet.

LulzSec, the group of hackers that wreaked havoc on corporate websites and government in the past two months, recently disbanded. However, the group Anonymous hacktivist vowed to continue his hacking activities, and we can see evidence that they were not kidding.