CCPS to locate Mallya's website hacker

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Vijay Mallya
Bangalore, Aug 24: The Cyber Crime Police Station (CCPS) had undertaken the probe charge of the hacking case of liquor baron, Vijay Mallya"s website by suspected Pakistan-based hackers.

Police official said to DNA that CCPS had recieved the case related files from Cubbon Park police, where the case was filed earlier.

The police official also said to the daily, "We are yet to go through the files. We will be able to delve into the hacking incident very soon."

"We are here to assist the local police whenever a cyber crime is reported. In fact, the amended laws relating to cyber crime state that any inspector can register a case under the amended IT Act," stated a CCPS official.

According the sources, the website was created with the purpose of dealing with public grievances.

The in-charge of the hacked website on Aug 15 found that original contents had been altered, the web browser title changed, and a crude anti-Indian message had been put up, with the flag of Pakistan displayed prominently.

The hackers posted their message in the website and it was, "The Pak cyber army was only sleeping, not dead. This is a payback from Pak cyber army in retaliation to the defacement of Pakistani sites. You are playing with fire. This is not a game for kids."

They also added in their message, "We will turn your cyber space into hell. We gonna literally throw you in the deep sea. Will take revenge if any Pakistani site is hacked by Indians."

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