Pakistani hackers hacked indian sites

On a shocking note, few Pakistani hackers have started the cyber war between India and Pakistan today. They have hacked nearly ten websites of top educational institutions in India. The list includes IIT Delhi, Aligarh Muslim University, Delhi University, IIT Varanasi and others.

If you find now, these websites will behave normal, but yesterday they were flooded with anti-India slogans and messages. On the whole, the other day, these hackers have tested the patience of Indians, by continuous hacking the sites, even though the management tried to restore it. They hacked databases and servers and made the anti-national statements appear online for more than 10 hours.

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Apart from IITs and Delhi University, have a look at the other universities that got hacked. The University of Kota and Army Institute of Management and Technology from Greater Noida; Defence Institute of Advanced Technology; Army Institute of Management in Kolkata; National Aerospace Laboratories and Board of Research in Nuclear Sciences (BRNS).

The Pakistani hackers posted a message on websites as “Nothing deleted or stolen. Just here to deliver my message to Indians.” This message shared on IIT Delhi and IIT Varanasi websites, which hacked around 9 AM, yesterday.

Some websites, the hackers put the message as “Greetings Government of India, and the people of India. 🙂 Do you know what your so-called heroes (soldiers) are doing in Kashmir? Do you know they are killing many innocent people in Kashmir?”

They even revealed that it was their revenge on Indians, for hacking their Railway website some time back.

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In a statement released by DU registrar Tarun Das, he said, “The website was inaccessible from outside the campus for some time due to some problems in the domain name. Servers were pointing incorrectly to another site. The problem was detected and immediately rectified by contacting ERNET, which has provided the domain name for University of Delhi,”

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