Supreme Court website hacked

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The website of the Barbados Supreme Court has been attacked.

A hacker going by the name of Copres-DZ has taken responsibility.

However, it is not clear how long the site has been down.

The hacking incident comes weeks after another group attacked the website of the Royal Barbados Police Fore. That site remains offline.

21 Responses to Supreme Court website hacked

  1. Sherwin Boyce
    Sherwin Boyce December 10, 2014 at 1:39 pm

    That’s just poor

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  2. Ike Turner
    Ike Turner December 10, 2014 at 1:41 pm

    Thats what i talking about

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  3. Rommel StHill
    Rommel StHill December 10, 2014 at 1:46 pm

    Lol

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  4. Jevon Boyce
    Jevon Boyce December 10, 2014 at 1:50 pm

    That was old website. The new website is http://www.barbadoslawcourts.gov.bb/

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  5. Pauline Lowe
    Pauline Lowe December 10, 2014 at 2:04 pm

    Stokely Murray

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  6. Stokely Murray
    Stokely Murray December 10, 2014 at 2:06 pm

    Uh oh

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  7. Enam Idrissa
    Enam Idrissa December 10, 2014 at 2:32 pm

    lol

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  8. Princess Tiny Neferua
    Princess Tiny Neferua December 10, 2014 at 2:42 pm

    I wonder if this hacking will SPEED up all those backlog cases….we could only but dream………..

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  9. Kerri-ann Katrina Reyes-Bichir
    Kerri-ann Katrina Reyes-Bichir December 10, 2014 at 2:43 pm

    I wonder if some cases were deleted or altered! very interesting, disturbing and funny all at the same time!

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  10. Annetta Paul
    Annetta Paul December 10, 2014 at 3:28 pm

    These hackers cannot find anything more productive to do with their time. All this brain power and time being used to make life difficult for a multitude of people and for what purpose? To show off your skills? But who’s FACE is behind it all? Who is the genius/es? How do you take credit? Who is giving you that pat on the back for a job well done? I wonder what would happen if all this time and energy had gone into FIXING THE PROBLEM OR HELPING businesses by showing them how other hackers can break into their system. You have skills, USE THEM TO MAKE THE WORLD A BETTER PLACE. You will be able to show your face and take credit for a job well done.

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    • Prince Nick
      Prince Nick December 10, 2014 at 6:05 pm

      They go by anonymous

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    • Pierre DopeBoyz Hope
      Pierre DopeBoyz Hope December 10, 2014 at 7:20 pm

      You really feel that hackers are going to enlighten the police about how best to protect themselves against hackers?!!

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  11. Gabriel Abed December 10, 2014 at 4:20 pm

    Actually, their old and outdated website was compromised. Not their new, spoofy one:

    http://barbadoslawcourts.gov.bb/

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  12. Gabriel Abed December 10, 2014 at 4:27 pm

    http://barbadoslawcourts.gov.bb/

    NOT HACKED

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  13. kg December 10, 2014 at 4:54 pm

    @Annette Paul, speaking as a software developer here in Barbados I can say an attack of this type would serve the purpose of highlighting the VALUE of software developers. I.T. related salaries in Barbados are a joke. If “all this time and energy had gone into FIXING THE PROBLEM OR HELPING businesses by showing them how other hackers can break into their system” the developer would be no closer to achieving personal goals like making a car loan payment or mortgage payment. It would’ve been, “Thanks a lot for your help! Here’s $50, treat yourself to a nice lunch!” This is our livelihood, but you guys take it as a hobby. Hence, most developers either settle for shabby pay or push themselves to do work on the side to supplement their “salaries.” Businesses expect industry standard websites and software but willing only to pay a tiny fraction of their worth. Don’t complain when you get what you paid for – in this case a web solution with little or no security protocols implemented! (Just my guess)

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  14. kg December 10, 2014 at 5:00 pm

    @Annette Paul, speaking as a software developer here in Barbados I can say an attack of this type would serve the purpose of highlighting the VALUE of software developers. I.T. related salaries in Barbados are a joke. If “all this time and energy had gone into FIXING THE PROBLEM OR HELPING businesses by showing them how other hackers can break into their system” the developer would be no closer to achieving personal goals like making a car loan payment or mortgage payment. It would’ve been, “Thanks a lot for your help! Here’s $50, treat yourself to a nice lunch!” This is our livelihood, but you guys take it as a hobby. Hence, most developers either settle for shabby pay or push themselves to do work on the side to supplement their “salaries.” Businesses expect industry standard websites and software but willing only to pay a tiny fraction of their worth. Don’t complain when you get what you paid for – in this case a web solution with little or no security protocols implemented! (Just my guess)

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  15. Sammie N. Doyle
    Sammie N. Doyle December 10, 2014 at 6:49 pm

    Too worried about the wrong things as usual, like what I am wearing. Lol

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  16. Rasheed Spikey Singh
    Rasheed Spikey Singh December 10, 2014 at 11:17 pm

    We’ll just blame it on the indians….. Again

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  17. Cheryl Chase
    Cheryl Chase December 10, 2014 at 11:29 pm

    Well said Annette
    True that!!!!!!!!!

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  18. Maxine Baker December 11, 2014 at 5:40 pm

    Are the hackers in Barbados, Canada or the USA? I think the RBPF has an idea. Based on rumour even the phone calls at the Stations are tapped whenever they call the homes of some accused persons to speak to other members of the family!!!

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  19. Tony Waterman December 12, 2014 at 3:14 am

    @Princess Tiny Neferua !!!! No. it will in all probanility slow them down some more

    @Annetta Paul!!!! Hackers are a breed to themselves, they are not and they don’t care for things like a pat on the back and a “Job well done”” their thing is to see society cringing.

    @Maxine Baker!!! Good question, and if the Government (s) of Barbados were serious about getting into the information age, they would have a long time ago updated their laws to be in line with what is trending in the World today.
    The Law should make it COMPULSORY for ISP’s (Internet service Providers) Like Lime, Flow, etc to provide the Authorities with the I.P address (Internet Protocol) of any of their Customers. every one using the internet “MUST” have an IP Address. this would allow them to be traced to the EXACT Computer being used to hack into people’s systems.
    on the other hand i don’t believe that the systems in Barbados have the requisite level of access protection, and they should stop saying and thinking that their IT Personell have the abilities to provide the needed level of protection, they should bring in someone to help them get to that needed level.
    i am thinking of someone who provides only this kind of service to large Corporations and Governments on a daily basis.
    just a suggestion !!!!!!!!!

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