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CBI registers case for defacement of its website

Saturday December 04, 2010 07:29:04 PM, IANS

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CBI website hacked by 'Pakistani Cyber Army'

The website of the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) was hacked by a group identifying itself as the 'Pakistani Cyber Army', which also claimed to have hacked the server of the National Informatics Centre (NIC) website  

New Delhi: The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI), whose website was still down Saturday evening, has filed a case for the defacement of its website by a group identifying itself as the "Pakistani Cyber Army", an official said.

"It came to our notice that the official website of the CBI was unauthorisedly accessed and defaced in the intervening night of Dec 3-4. We have registered a case with the cyber crime cell of the CBI under the relevant sections of law," a CBI official said.

The group claimed to have hacked the server of the National Informatics Centre (NIC), which hosts the CBI website.

According to the investigating agency, a message read "Pakistan Zindabad" and was posted on the website Friday night. But the agency said it has no idea who was behind this cyber attack.

"As of now, we have no idea who is behind this," the official added.

According to the official, the website will be available for public interface at the earliest. "Efforts are underway to restore the website with the help of the NIC and the CBI cyber security experts," said the official.

While the banner and index of the website intact, the group posted a message, mocking India's premier investigating agency.

The message read: "This attempt is in response to the Pakistani websites hacked by 'Indian Cyber Army'. We told u before too...we are sleeping but not dead."

"Back off kids or we will smoke ur doors off like we did before...let us see what you investigating agency so called CBI can do," it said.

The group also said that it had hacked into the root server of the National Informatics Centre (NIC), which maintained most of the government websites.

The website defacers ended their message with "Pakistan Zindabad".

According to Pakistani daily Express Tribune, 200 Indian websites were hacked Friday.




 

 

 

 

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