Pakistan-based hackers deface 22 Indian websites, post video to demean Indian Army

Pakistani hackers deface 22 Indian websites.
New Delhi, Nov 8: After Pakistan-based hackers hacked two Gujarat government websites as well as three other websites on November 2, new incidents of hacking 22 government department and organization websites of Andhra Pradesh, Telangana, and Odisha states came to fore on Thursday.

The hackers reportedly posted content alleging atrocities by the Indian Army in Kashmir on the websites which were not available for access on Friday.

As per a TOI report, "Majority of the websites are maintained by the National Informatics Centre (NIC) and by Friday morning, all the hacked websites became inaccessible. The issue came to light when some state government employees of the Telangana animal husbandry department on Thursday night noticed that their website has been hacked and alerted members of the Telangana Information Technology Association (TITA).

The TITA members checked details of the hackers posted on the government sites and also the hacking tracker websites to confirm that the sites were hacked by miscreants from'."

As per the report, the hackers who identified themselves as 1337 & r00x! - Team MaDLeeTs' posted a video which showed how Army men assault civilians in Kashmir.

The hackers posted on their Facebook page saying, "We are not asking for Kashmir. We ask for peace. Nothing deleted or stolen. Just here to deliver my message to the government and the people of India :)." They also gave two email IDs for contact.

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