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Pakistan Zindabad: India feels the 'wrath of Pakistan', second cyber attack in two months

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Pakistan Zindabad: India feels the 'wrath of Pakistan', second cyber attack in two months
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    Ajmer: The vulnerability of Indian government’s websites became evident yet again as a Pakistani hacker on Saturday defaced the site of Rajasthan Public Service Commission by posting jingoist messages. Using the name Codacker, the hacker wrote ‘Pakistan zindabad’ on RPSC portal and even diverted the traffic of the site. The site also reflected another message which read, ‘Feel the wrath of Pakistani Hacker’.
    The website was, however, restored within hours after the officials of the commission received information about the hacking this morning.
    "One of our two websites was hacked this morning and the message 'Pakistan Zindabad' was being flashed on its news segment. The website was shortly freed from hacking by admin team," the RPSC Secretary K K Pathak told PTI. Later, a FIR was also filed against unknown persons.
    This is the second documented attack by Pakistani hackers in as many months. In a massive cyber onslaught in first week of April, a cyber group going by name True Army had intruded into the web space of over 1,000 Indian governments’ websites. The cyber attack was termed as retaliation to Indian hackers’ breaking into Pakistani Election Commission website.
  • +2 See more slides
    Ajmer: The vulnerability of Indian government’s websites became evident yet again as a Pakistani hacker on Saturday defaced the site of Rajasthan Public Service Commission by posting jingoist messages. Using the name Codacker, the hacker wrote ‘Pakistan zindabad’ on RPSC portal and even diverted the traffic of the site. The site also reflected another message which read, ‘Feel the wrath of Pakistani Hacker’.
    The website was, however, restored within hours after the officials of the commission received information about the hacking this morning.
    "One of our two websites was hacked this morning and the message 'Pakistan Zindabad' was being flashed on its news segment. The website was shortly freed from hacking by admin team," the RPSC Secretary K K Pathak told PTI. Later, a FIR was also filed against unknown persons.
    This is the second documented attack by Pakistani hackers in as many months. In a massive cyber onslaught in first week of April, a cyber group going by name True Army had intruded into the web space of over 1,000 Indian governments’ websites. The cyber attack was termed as retaliation to Indian hackers’ breaking into Pakistani Election Commission website.
  • +2 See more slides
    Ajmer: The vulnerability of Indian government’s websites became evident yet again as a Pakistani hacker on Saturday defaced the site of Rajasthan Public Service Commission by posting jingoist messages. Using the name Codacker, the hacker wrote ‘Pakistan zindabad’ on RPSC portal and even diverted the traffic of the site. The site also reflected another message which read, ‘Feel the wrath of Pakistani Hacker’.
    The website was, however, restored within hours after the officials of the commission received information about the hacking this morning.
    "One of our two websites was hacked this morning and the message 'Pakistan Zindabad' was being flashed on its news segment. The website was shortly freed from hacking by admin team," the RPSC Secretary K K Pathak told PTI. Later, a FIR was also filed against unknown persons.
    This is the second documented attack by Pakistani hackers in as many months. In a massive cyber onslaught in first week of April, a cyber group going by name True Army had intruded into the web space of over 1,000 Indian governments’ websites. The cyber attack was termed as retaliation to Indian hackers’ breaking into Pakistani Election Commission website.

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