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Hackers force SC to switch website

The administration of the Supreme Court of Pakistan has decided to shift its data to a new website following attack of hackers on its official website. The Supreme Court’s website, , is lying dormant since April 30, 2003 when the apex court registrar’s office decided not to update the website. “We have decided to block the existing website and entire data and public information would be shifted to a new website,” the registrar told Daily Times. “The new site would be listed on a new Universal Resource Locator (URL) co.pk instead of the official gov.pk,” he said. “We can’t afford taking any more risk and the new website will be safe from any hacking attack.” He said that close-circuit cameras would be installed in the Supreme Court building and proceedings in the courtrooms could be watched at different places including judges’ chambers and bar room. Full Story

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