Atlantic City’s CRDA Website Hacked, But No Information Breached

Alleged pro-ISIS hackers broke into the website of the New Jersey Casino Reinvestment Development Authority and posted messages sympathetic to Islamist terrorists, but the authority says no information on the site was breached.

Hackers manage to get into the website of New Jersey’s Casino Reinvestment Development Authority, but no information was breached, officials said.

Instead the site was plastered with pro-Islamist messages, which were quickly removed.

The authority released a statement saying that no files or confidential information were breached during the attack. However, who committed the attack and why is still unknown.

Officials say someone hacked the site and then posted pro-terrorist messages that included statements such as “I am Muslim and I love jihad and I love Isis.” The authority said the hack was disabled within hours and the site restored.