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Estonian police are looking for hacker-Nazi

March 4 2007

Unidentified attackers adorned swastika banner Reform Party, posted on the home page of the Estonian public radio.

So far found "appendage" to the advertising party, headed by Estonian Prime Minister Andrus Ansip, removed, and the police to investigate hacking web pages radio.

IP-address of the hacker who penetrated the homepage of the radio has a Czech residency permit, but police did not rule out that the attacker tries to enter the detectives astray.

Hacking the site and the appearance of swastikas occurred shortly before the parliamentary elections, which take place today. It is possible that hackers were trying way to remind potential voters about who exactly is behind the recently adopted by the Estonian parliament laws create the legal basis for demolition located in the heart of Tallinn's monument to the Liberator Soldier of the city from Nazi occupation.

The scandal of the anti-fascist monument began in May 2006, when a small group of radical nationalists held an unsanctioned rally near the monument and demanded its dismantling.

They were supported by Prime Minister Andrus Ansip, who achieved together with his party passed by Parliament earlier this year by special laws, mandating the government to dismantle the monument within 30 days from the date of entry into force of the law "On elimination of illicit drug stores, transmits DELFI.

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