Indian embassy website hacked on Independence day by group claiming to be from ‘Kashmir’

05:24 PM | 16 Aug, 2022
Indian embassy website hacked on Independence day by group claiming to be from ‘Kashmir’
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NEW DELHI – Hackers claiming to be from Indian-occupied Kashmir hacked the website of the Indian Embassy in Egypt with pro-Pakistan slogans mentioned on the homepage.

The ‘Kashmir Freedom Fighters hackers’ placed Pakistan's flag on the Indian embassy site website.

The text defacing the site reads, ‘Hacked by IOK Hackers, Hackers are here, and We do not forget’.

The hacking incidents between archrivals are common in recent times as several Pakistani web portals including Lahore High Court and the FBR website were hacked by Indian hackers, while hackers from Pakistan defaced National Institute of Technology (NIT) Raipur's website.

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Three years back, the Modi-led government revoked the special status of the valley under Article 370, following which frequent shutdowns have taken place across the valley and made matters worse for the Kashmiris.