Government websites hacked with pro-Islamic State rant


Several Ohio government websites, including that of Gov. John Kasich (R), were hacked Sunday and defaced with an anti-President Trump, pro-Islamic State message.

The message left by Team System Dz read, "You will be held accountable Trump, you and all your people for every drop of blood flowing in Muslim countries".

"I Love Islamic state", the message continued. Long Island town Brookhaven was also hit with the same cyber attack.

Several other Ohio government websites were hacked, including those of the state's first lady Karen Kasich, as well as the Ohio Department of Rehabilitation and Corrections, the Department of Medicaid, and Casino Control Commission.

All websites were immediately taken down once the messages were discovered on Sunday. "We also are working with law enforcement to better understand what happened". He hoped the websites would be up and running sometime Monday.

The Howard County government website is down while Howard County's IT department addresses the issue following the hack.

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The hack is part of ongoing cyberterrorism that has impacted governments and corporations across the globe.

This is a portion of what the homepage of Ohio Gov. John Kasich looked like after it was hacked Sunday.

But others see cause for alarm.

The message in the hacking attack contained an Arabic symbol and was written mainly in the black and white used in the flag of so-called Islamic State.

According to VICE, Team System DZ has hacked numerous random websites, including the University of New Brunswick's student union site and a Canadian food truck's sandwich site. Mandel wrote on his Facebook page, "Wake up freedom-loving Americans". "Radical Islam infiltrating the heartland".