The World Series Of Fighting has been in the news lately for losing two prominent fighters to free agency in David Branch and Marlon Moraes, with Justin Gaethje possibly following
WSOF is in the news for another less-than-desirable reason, as their website was hacked this past Sunday night by a Kurdish hacker who left an anti-ISIS message on the website.
The WSOF is now back to it's old self, but it was just one of many websites that were hacked over the weekend. Other prominent websites that were hacked, according to the Irish Times, was the National Treasury Management Agency, plus the Fiji police and defense forces websites.
According to Zone-H, a website that archives and keeps track of websites that were hacked over the years, says the Kurdish hacker has attacked at least 50,000 websites.
Although the WSOF website is back up and running, you can Click Here to see what the website looked like during the time that it was hacked.
The next event for the World Series Of Fighting, WSOF 35, takes place on Saturday, March 18 from the Turning Stone Resort & Casino in Verona, New York with Blagoy Ivanov and Shawn Jordan headlining.
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