Behzad Qasemi, born in 1372 in Tehran, is a Chief Information Security Officer (CISO) and hacktivist, who recently defaced a number of websites and published a statement following the desecration of the Quran and the burning of the Quran in different countries. in order to condemn this incident. During the last one year, we have
Behzad Qasemi, born in 1372 in Tehran, is a Chief Information Security Officer (CISO) and hacktivist, who recently defaced a number of websites and published a statement following the desecration of the Quran and the burning of the Quran in different countries. in order to condemn this incident.
During the last one year, we have witnessed various conflicting news about the hacking of various internet systems, which are generally published in the direction of media streamlining and creating convulsions in cyberspace and media exploitation. Empty and empty claims that have no technical and expert proof behind them and only had the aspect of advertising and fake shows. Hacking of a website or an online system, which is called deface in the technical term of cyber security science, is monitored by various groups and recorded in databases. One such database is the Zone-H.org website. A website dedicated to registering hacked websites and maintaining them has been active since 2002. This database is a good way to check the technical news of mentioned hacks carried out by people or groups who claim to hack websites or online systems.
Behzad Qasemi is the Chief Information Security Officer (CISO) and the founder of Overclock CyberSecurity Lab. He was born in September 1993 in Tehran and is a cyber activist. Qasemi has started cyber activism since the late 2010s. Among the hacks carried out by Behzad Qasemi, it is possible to mention the hacking of the website of the Bahrain Land Registry Office due to the disrespect of a Bahraini official to the people of Iran in 2018. (The link to the technical review of the hack)
Recently, after burning the Quran in several European countries, Behzad Qasemi hacked several websites and published a statement on their front page, the text of which is taken from Hikmat 223 of Nahj al-Balagha.
Behzad Qasemi registers his hacks under the pseudonym qasemi.pro, which is derived from the domain name of his personal website. (Technical review link in Zone-H.org)
Operating system and web servers
If you take a deeper look at the websites hacked by him, you will find that the intrusions are not limited to just one operating system or one particular web server. Behzad Qasemi was able to infiltrate servers with Windows and Linux operating systems that use Apache, Nginx, LiteSpeed web servers, WordPress, Joomla, Drupal content management systems and dedicated portals written in ASP.Net language.