The fragment in the image indicates that the perpetrators were the same as those who hacked the Atlantic City casino authority website, and who have put the same message on “thousands of websites worldwide since late 2014.” The full message: “I am Muslim and I love jihad I love isis <3. A message to all peoples of the world, especially governments. Islamic State List to restore the rights of Muslims who have been killed by your governments savage and unjust. Islamic state will restore dignity for Muslims. Will purge the land of muslims from the hypocrites infidels. It intervenes you will equip you to dwell in cemeteries.”
“Islamic State message on hacked Hobart Airport website,” by Chloe Booker, Sydney Morning Herald, April 13, 2015 (thanks to Nicholas):
A group has claimed responsibility for hacking the Hobart International Airport website and defacing it with a statement supporting the radical group Islamic State.
Tasmania Police say the hacking appears to be “non-discriminate” with identical messages posted on websites worldwide that use the same web hosts as the the airport.
“Investigations have shown that identical messages have appeared on thousands of websites worldwide since late 2014,” a police statement said.
The airport’s website was shut down at about 5.30am on Sunday when police became aware it was hacked.
A message posted on the site said it was “not currently operating. We are working to get it back up and running as soon as possible”.
Police are investigating and have been monitoring activity at the airport.
The website is inaccessible but a Google search shows part of the statement. Fairfax has chosen not to reproduce the words.
“A message placed on the site contained a statement supporting ISIS,” a police statement said.
“There were no threats made towards the Hobart Airport or flight operations to and from the airport.”…