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Indian techies hit back, lock Pakistan govt computers
« on: October 07, 2016, 06:21:26 PM »
Indian techies hit back, lock Pakistan govt computers
Source : SIFY By : Sify News Desk Last Updated: Fri, Oct 07, 2016
New Delhi: Indian hackers have carried out a massive cyber attack on Pakistani government network and claim to have locked their computers and data using 'Ransomeware' Act against Hafiz Sayeed voice grow louder in Pakistan The Indian attack came after various Indian websites faced attack by Pakistani hackers few days ago. On 3 October, the National Green Tribunal's (NGT) website came under attack with a group hacking it and posting objectionable comments, claiming it was an act of 'revenge' against the Indian Army's surgical strikes across the Line of Control. "Website stamped by D4RK 4NG31," read the title message on the homepage of the NGT's site. The website was left with a page filled with curse words and the Pakistani national anthem as a background track. "We are Unbeatable. You m*** kill innocent people in Kashmir and call yourself defenders of your country. You *** violate the ceasefire on border and call it 'Surgical Strikes'. Now kiss the **** of Cyber War," the Pakistani had hackers said. To counter the offensive, Indian hackers have now locked Pakistan government computers. Cyber crime experts in India claim that 'anonymous' hacker have infected Pakistan government systems and have taken control over hundreds of computers, making them inaccessible. × Experts also claim several hacking groups from India are working together to carry out a mass defacement operation on key Pakistani websites. According to India Today, Pakistani techies paid the Indian hackers with Bitcoins so that their systems can be unlocked. However, 'patriotic' Indian hackers rejected the offer and kept the Pakistani sites under their control. “For last three days all the active hacking groups are working on attacking Pakistan’s cyber territory. Our Army is not replying, but we will not remain quiet but attack them on the virtual world,” an underground hacker told Mail Today. Mail Today quoted sources saying that Indian hackers are ready to launch a massive cyber attack which can destroy the cyber space of Pakistan. However, they warned that Pakistani hackers will also retaliate. 'Indian hackers are technically sound and can easily spy or steal data from any country. But no one ever tried to bring young talents under one umbrella for information gathering,' a hacker told Mail Today.

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Re: Indian techies hit back, lock Pakistan govt computers
« Reply #1 on: October 14, 2016, 09:26:41 AM »
Pak hackers target Delhi Police website only to fail?
New Delhi, Oct 13 (PTI) Pakistani hackers have tried to mount attacks on the Delhi Police's website post surgical strikes by the Indian Army in PoK, but in vain.

Though the Pakistani hackers have made attempts to breach our systems, they haven't been successful, said a police officer.

"Our system is hack-proof. Hackers have tried to gain access to the GPS server of PCRs but have not succeeded," the officer said.

Before January 26, hackers had tried to break into the system, but the attempt was foiled and the website was shut down as a precautionary measure and was later restored, the officer said.

A special investigative team had been formed to identify the hackers who were traced in Russia and Germany. The security system was then bolstered.

 

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