Kabul Press: The official exam results for admission to military university of so-call country Afghanistan reveal systematic racial discrimination against the Hazara. While the Hazara students with top exam results cannot gain admission, the Pashtuns gain admission with the worst exam results. For instance, in Oruzgan, a Pashtun student with exam result 132 gains admission, but in the same province a Hazara with exam result 312 cannot.
Oruzgan is a Hazara native land which is invaded by (...)
Poetry, Online Security and Afghan Cyber Terrorists!
Friday 3 April 2015, by
It is midnight here; most of my friends are sleeping. I should write a poem now, but I am not doing this. I sit in front of my computer, enjoying my drink, and checking Kabul press website for any possible security hole. I read somewhere that PHP is poetry. I am not a good PHP expert, but I like this that PHP is poetry. Looking between PHP files, going through yum update, netstat commands and setting strong passwords, why? Some Afghan cyber terrorists want to attack kabulpress.org. They have already sent a huge amount of spam, emails containing Trojans, spywares and keyloggers. They sent me lots of friend requests on facebook using fake accounts with profile picture of beautiful naked girls. They also tried to shut down Kabul Press server using synflood methods. Thanks hackers of csf firewall, spamhaus founders and thanks linux people. They do their best for human being history today.
Back to yum, loaded plugins: fastestmirror, rhnplugin, Afghan cyber terrorists say: “Secret Files from #Kabulpress Will be Leaked Soon”. That is very interesting. I have a full backup on my local computer. Just come! I am a poet, a journalist and someone who likes PuTTy.
I have many documents of corruption and human rights violations by Afghan high rankings. I will be happy if you can distribute them.
Actually, I did not know if I like PHP, yum and PuTTy first, but I had to bypass censorship.
Oh, a friend from Mexico is online. Will catch you later. Bye.
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