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Internet war on as Pak hackers deface 10 sites in a day

Continuing their attacks on Indian websites, a Pakistani hacker group on Wednesday hacked as many as 10 Indian sites including two of the Punjab government’s Department of Information Technology. As a result, www.doitpunjab.gov.in and www.punjabsewa.gov.in have become inaccessible after they were defaced by the group which calls itself FBH and which has been most active this year. Calling Indians unprintable names, the hacker who calls himself Abunasar of FBH left a slogan ‘Pakistan zindabad’ on the two sites. The Pakistanis stepped up their hacking to retaliate against the yaha virus unleashed against their government sites by the Indian Snakes group earlier this year. So far this year, as many as 494 Indian sites have been hacked. Of these, 270 sites were attacked last month alone, against the 288 hacked during the whole of 2002. Full Story

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