Pakistan govt website hacked

Pakistan govt website hacked

The incident comes nearly four months after a Pro-Pakistan group hacked the official websites of four prominent Indian institutes-Indian Institute of Technology Delhi (IIT Delhi), IIT Varanasi, Aligarh Muslim University (AMU) and Delhi University (DU)- and some lesser known institutions several times on Tuesday. Hackers who hacked Pakistan Government website posted an Indian national Anthem.

The websites which Pakistani hackers defaced were restored back.

This is the second time that Pakistan Government website is hacked.

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The reports said that these Indian websites had pro-Pakistan slogans, like "Pakistan Zindabad" displaying on them. "Let's salute those great men, who made this possible".

Both countries have been waging cyber war on each other and it seems that there is no end to this hacking "power show". However, they were re-attacked, this time, with message in favor of Pakistan and anti-India messages.

India's digital warriors had crippled 30 Pakistan government websites earlier this year in virtual surgical strikes as protest against the neighbouring country's announcement of death penalty to former Navy officer Kulbhushan Jadhav. Reportedly, the hacking incident took place at around 03:00 pm in the afternoon. Indian and Pakistani hackers also fought pitched battles in cyber space after last September's terrorist attack on a military camp in Jammu and Kashmir's Uri sector.