It has emerged that singer Amy Winehouse’s official website has been hacked and replaced with a page of degrading abuses.
A group called SwagSec who claimed that it was behind the attack, took down the star’s material and installed flashing coloured text.
The hacked page contained an abusive reference to the Back to Black’ singer and talked about "taking back the internet from the white devil", the Sun reported.
SwagSec also unleashed a rant against a rival hacking group dubbed ‘Anonymous’.
Record company officials have been trying to restore Winehouse’s site, as experts warned it could trigger a rash of similar attacks by warring groups.