January 12, 2014 16:59
Georgian parliament's website disabled in hacker attack
TBILISI. Jan 12 (Interfax) - The Georgian parliament's website was disabled in a hacker attack on Saturday.
It has been completely destroyed and is being reconstructed in an effort likely to last for the following ten days, the parliament's press service reported.
The Georgian parliament's website was hacked on December 31 2013, but the problem was rapidly fixed then, the press service said.
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