The Armenian Cyber Army hacks over 20 Azerbaijani websites

Armenian Ciber Army hacks over 20 Azerbaijani sites to mark the 8-year anniversary of officer Guren Margaryan's murder

Armenian Ciber Army hacks over 20 Azerbaijani sites to mark the 8-year anniversary of the Armenian officer Gurgen Margaryan’s murder in Budapest.
Armenian security expert Samvel Martirosyan posts the list of hacked websites, which are the following:


On February 19, 2004 Gurgen Margaryan, 26, was axed to death while asleep by Ramil Safarov, a Lieutenant of the Azerbaijani Army. Both were participants of an English language training course within the framework of the NATO-sponsored “Partnership for Peace” program held in Budapest, Hungary.
Hundreds of Armenians went to Yerablour cemetery on Sunday to commemorate the third anniversary of a tragic death of Armenian army officer.
The Hungarian court sentenced Safarov to life imprisonment without the right to apply for parole for the next 30 years.

7 thoughts on “The Armenian Cyber Army hacks over 20 Azerbaijani websites

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    Arlen - 20.02.2012

    Imagine, this bastard Azeri who killed Margaryan was so delusional, he actually believed it was the right thing to do… it is an indication at how much the average Azeri is brainwashed with lies: that they are actually taught they are a legitimate “nationality”. But actually they can’t figure out whether to be Iranian or Turkish. Being an “Azeri” must be one of the worst conditions for a human being.
    Azeris are proof for Armenians how important it is not to give these disgusting Turkic Azeri central Asian invaders not one inch of Armenian soil ever again. In fact we must take back all our historic lands and expel these vermin. The Karabkh government is smart for strategically developing communities throughout Artsakh, while Azeris sit there barking day and night about how Karabkh is “Azeri land”.
    Azeris are actually sitting on more Armenian lands which don’t belong to them – “Azerbaijan” has been stolen from Armenia. The natural eastern border of Armenia is not Azerbaijan – it is the Caspian sea.

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    Tamar Najarian - 20.02.2012

    Reblogged this on Notes of a Spurkahye and commented:
    I think the internet has become the new battleground

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    Observer - 21.02.2012
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    John - 23.02.2012

    uh, how about the scores of young soldiers killed by … Armenians. For fun. Jingoism never ends well.

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    successor - 23.02.2012

    and how about the Khogaly…they will never forget it.

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    […] Virtually, commemorations included hacking of websites, with a group called Armenian Cyber Army hacking about 20 Azerbaijani websites and posting the photo of cruelly murdered officer Gurgen Margaryan. […]

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    Turkish Ultra Nazi - 09.08.2012

    azeri brothers we all with you / sieg TURAN

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