Universities, IIT Websites Defaced, Allegedly By Pro-Pakistani Hackers

Cornelia Mascio
Aprile 25, 2017

A big chunk of its message accused the army of killing innocents in Kashmir. The hackers smeared the websites with posters of the alleged brutalities by the Indian Army in Kashmir.

The hacker group said they did not steal or deleted any data of IIT Delhi but wanted to convey the message to "government and the people of India". The hacker group, which calls itself "PHC", posted pro-Pakistani slogans on these websites.

The message said, "Greetings government of India, and the people of India". The message further read, " Do you know they have raped so many girls? How would you feel if your brother, sister, father and mother gets killed?

Screenshot of the hacked IIT Delhi website. The websites was soon rehacked by the IIT-Delhi authorities after a few minutes. The AMU spokesperson said that the matter has been brought to their notice and their IT department is looking into the issue, PTI said.

The websites of most central universities are managed by the state-run National Informatics Centre.

Earlier, an alleged Indian group hacked almost thirty Pakistan government websites to "avenge" the sentencing of former Indian Nay officer Kulbhushan Yadav. It has also been posted that the websites have been hacked in response of hacking of Pakistan Railways website done by Indian Hackers group.

Jadhav, a former Indian Navy officer, was awarded death sentence by a awarded death sentence earlier this month on the charges of espionage and sabotage activities in the country.

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