Hackers deface 'sinful' French Euromillions site
You have to be in it to pwn it
Hackers sprayed digital graffiti on the French Euromillions website over the weekend as part of a protest against the "sin" of gambling.
A group identifying itself as the “Moroccanghosts” hacking crew posted messages decrying the lottery as the work of the devil in both French and Arabic after breaking into the euromillions.fr website.
AFP reports that the messages cited verses in the Koran that condemn games of chance and the demon drink.
Oh you believers. Wine, games of chance, statues all augur impurity and are the work of the devil.
Euromillions.fr now redirects to https://www.fdj.fr, the secure website of the firm that runs the Euromillions lottery in France – the FDJ Group. At this stage there's nothing to suggest that hackers got into backend databases, much less accessed any sensitive data.
The techniques used to pull off the attack remain unclear. ®
Oh that makes it alright then.
I tell you what, maybe if they stop trying to impose their way of life on us then maybe we might learn to accept theirs.
I am sick to fucking death of these idiots (my personal opinion btw) trying to ram their skewed views down our throats. We pussy foot around them, pander to them and then let them shit on us. Maybe, just maybe we need to start growing a pair.
Oh you believers...
"Oh you believers. Wine, games of chance, statues all augur impurity and are the work of the devil."
"Believers." I assume, the majority of those using the website are not believers in that particular religion, so the message doesn't apply to them.
These religious nutters always ruin the party for everyone else. They're like the burned crisp at the bottom of the packet.
Re: Oh you believers...
Or, as I've found myself saying a lot lately:
He's your god, they're your rules, you're the one that will burn in your hell.
Me? I'm a non-believer but if the option comes up I'll have the endless feast with forty virgins and none of the guilt, thanks. So long as I don't have to "bet" my whole life on that being what awaits me if I've been a good boy by some arbitrary set of rules that nobody can agree on.
As a mathematician / scientist, I'll take the bet that nothing bad will happen to me when I'm dead. All my data points that way, and it means zero lifestyle choices or arguments are necessary beyond what I do anyway.