Hackers Change Xianyang Chengguan Site Name to “Xianyang Criminal Syndicate”

Hackers Change Xianyang Chengguan Site Name to “Xianyang Criminal Syndicate”
Jul 26, 2013 By eChinacities.com

The website of the Xianyang (in Shaanxi Province) Chengguan was recently hacked with the entire page being tampered with. One of the highlights was a message on the homepage that read, “The Xianyang City Urban Administrative and Law Enforcement Bureau has now changed its name to the Xianyang Criminal Syndicate.”

The message went on to read, “We will undertake all the services of beating, smashing, stealing and killing. We will deal with all bullying of innocent citizens, poor people who set up street stalls, and the sick and the disabled all for free!” The message even included the name of the Xianyang Chengguan Chief, Liu Jian, and provided his contact details.    

According to the Xianyang Chengguan, this is the second time their website has been hacked this year. In February, hackers made the site claim it had a porn section, as well as a love story column.

Source: Ifeng

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Keywords: Chengguan website hacked Xianyang Chengguan


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I love it. Best story I have seen in a while.

Jul 28, 2013 00:22 Report Abuse



Aw those guys should be given a medal. Is there a Chinese humour award? Should make one.

Jul 26, 2013 15:31 Report Abuse