Iran hackers attack US page and make fun of Donald Trump

The Federal Depository Library Program (FDLP) page was hacked by an alleged group from Iran. They upload a photo of Donald Trump receiving a punch.


Hackers, iran, fdlp, donald trump.
Hackers, iran, fdlp, donald trump.





Iran hack donald trump's webpage.

The world is experiencing moments of high tension in the face of the latent war between Iran and the United States. Different countries made their position known and as the hours go by it seems more imminent than last week's incidents will have a greater impact.

A curious and almost harmless example of this is the official website of the Federal Depository Library Program (FDLP), which was apparently hacked by a group of hackers from Iran.


Iran hack donald trump.
Iran hack donald trump.


At the time of writing this note, a simple Google search on the FDLP is enough to find that it has been intervened. Showing the following message in the query results:

In the name of God. >>>>> Hacked by hackers from Iran's cybersecurity group ...;) <<<<<. This is only a small part of Iran's cyber capacity! We are always ready.

The intervention against the page would have gone even further, since upon entering the site the only thing the visitor would see is a photomontage of Donald Trump receiving a punch in the face.



Steve Herman ✔@W7VOA

Apparent hacking by an #Iran-linked group of a US government website (the little-known Federal Depository Library Program). http://fdlp.gov is currently offline.

Hacking by an Iran-linked group of a US government website 1.


Apparent hacking by an Iran linked group.

Hacking by an Iran-linked group of a US government website. 2
Hacking by an Iran-linked group of a US government website. 2



Donald Trump`s hacked page.

That image was removed almost immediately and the FDLP site remained offline for several hours. But the screenshots survived.

Thus marking a record that the conflict between the United States and Iran could expand to more levels.



The portal of the Federal Depository Libraries Program (FDLP) of the United States government was hacked on Saturday night. Those responsible placed a pro-Iran message on the site's home page.


The page belonging to the United States government closed the day with a black background and, in front, an illustration showing President Donald Trump with blood on his teeth, after being struck by a fist with emblematic symbols of Iran and the Middle East.

The message was visible in the Federal Depository Library Program starting at 8:00 p.m. (local time) and was maintained for a little over an hour, until it was replaced by a “page error” message.