Indo-Pak cyber war: After Pakistan's PPP, Press Club of India website hacked

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New Delhi, Oct 9: A day after Pakistan People's Party (PPP) was hacked by an Indian group, Pakistan hackers barged into Press Club of India (PCI) website on Thursday.

In a retaliation, Pak-based hacker group- ‘Team Cyber Warriors' hacked www.pressclubofindia.org.

After defacing PCI's homepage, the hackers had written:

The hackers left a warning message on the website. "Our Target is your Government's Websites ... We will Inshalaah with The help of Many Muslim Hackers Take You Off From The Internet."

"Your Credit Cards , Your Bank's Account , Your Servers ... Are In Danger ! We Never Forget what You Do against the Humanity ... In Jammu and Kashmir Millions Of People Were Dead... Pakistan's Muslims Are Killed In The Force's Attacks... Indian Forces Destroyed Kashmir's Families ...Killed Innocent Childrens ... But No One Cares !!!!," reads the message.

The message ends with a challenge, "You Want To Stop Us !! But Let me guess ! Can a Men Catch a Shadow ?!."

Dear Admin : We Just Want To Publish Our Message !

Dear Citizen : Muslims Are Not Terrorist !

Dear President : You Can Use Your Guns .... But You Will One Day Stop ... Not Because You Wouldn't But Because You Couldn't Anymore :)
We are Holders mask Hidden ! We are Muslims --> Forever ! [sic]

There was a Pakistan Flag at the bottom, with a message, "Expect Us! & Try to Catch Us: D

Besides, the hackers had also posted derogatory meme abusing PM Narendra Modi.

[Also Read: Pakistan People's Party website hacked by "Black Dragon"]

PCI's site is currently being restored.

Amid border firing exchanges between Indian and Pakistani troop over ceasefire violations at the Line of Control (LoC) , the hackers of both the countries have waged a cyber war.

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