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 France has been widely criticized for publishing caricatures of the Prophet Muhammad (PBUH). In addition to criticism, it was urged to boycott the country’s products. At the same time, hackers from different countries are also carrying out cyber attacks on the internet in France protesting against French President Emmanuel Macron, reports somoynews.tv.  The first attack on several sites in France was carried out by a member of Cyber-71, an organization working on cyber security in Bangladesh. Later, hackers from different countries of the world also joined them.  Various French websites are constantly under attack by hackers. As a result, National Cybersecurity Agency of France, known locally as ANSSI (Agence Nationale de la Sécurité des Systèmes d’Information), issued urgent alert in a tweet on Sunday.
On Sunday (October 25), the French government cyber department issued an emergency warning by tweeting. Several members of the Cyber 71 community have told the media that cyber attacks have been carried out in France since midnight last Saturday (October 24).
This time Cyber-71 has announced a bigger cyber attack yesterday. The announcement was made on their official Facebook page yesterday afternoon.
The move against France has been named ‘Operation France’ (OPFR). A group with this name has also been opened on social media Facebook. 72,000 people have already responded there.
A post on the Cyber-71 page about the attack yesterday said, “Our next target is the newspaper that published caricatures aimed at the Prophet Muhammad (PBUH).”
When Somoy News contacted, a cyber expert involved in the attack (who did not want to be named) said, “No one has yet shown the courage to attack Shirley Ebde’s site. The French government provides them with cyber security. We are going to attack at least 10,000 hackers together. We are coming, we will succeed.”