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Suspected hacker likely to be charged over Thai PM website hack

An unknown hackers with "Unlimited Hack Team(UHT)" defacement signature recently attacked Thai PM website and posted insulting message about the Prime minister Yingluck Shinawatra.

An unknown hackers with "Unlimited Hack Team(UHT)" defacement signature recently attacked Thai PM website and posted insulting message about the Prime minister Yingluck Shinawatra.

Narongrit Suksarn, aka Window 98se, 29, from Nakhon Si Thammarat, suspected hacker who met the police last week insisted he didn't hack into the PM's site, nor post insulting messages on it. But he admitted he was one of the member of the Unlimited Hack Team.

The Police said they have gathered information and are confident Narongrit and other suspects from the hacking group will be charged.

Technology Crime Suppression Division (TCSD) commander Pol Maj Gen Pisit Paoin said they believed the Narongrit had hacked into PM site three days before the attack but he didn't change anything.

The police said the suspect will be charged with a violation of Section 5 of the 2007 Computer Act for allegedly sharing the stolen data with the team members, according to Bangkok post report.

It appears the UHT was established by a Cambodian group. The TCSD have requested Cambodian authorities to help in investigating the Cambodian hackers.
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