Hackers came out in support of students protesting against a sharp rise in the country of tuition fees.
The hacker group Anonymous has decided to support Canadian students who oppose the increase to pay for his studies of more than 80%. Hackers said to support the protesters attacked sites “Formula 1″, starting from June 7 until the end of race day on June 10 this year.
According to Techradar, attackers warned that at the time of the race, they shut off all the servers, “Formula 1″ and hacked all of the database and disconnect all the resources associated with the races that will be able to find on the Internet.
In addition Anonymous warned wanting to see “Formula 1″, that when buying tickets on the Canadian stage race using electronic resources, their personal data and credit card numbers could be compromised as a result of the attack.