The Times of India
26 Nov 2008
ISLAMABAD: Indian and Pakistani hackers are engaged in a round of
tit-for-tat defacing of government-run websites of the two countries,
targeting such major organisations as India's oil and gas major ONGC and
its Pakistani counterpart OGRA.
The cyber warfare began in mid-November when an Indian group of hackers
known as HMG or "Guards of Hindustan" defaced the website of Pakistan's
Oil and Gas Regulatory Authority and deleted all its data.
The move created a buzz in cyberspace as HMG had earlier hacked a number
of Pakistani communities on the social networking website Orkut.
Apparently acting in retaliation, a group calling itself the Pakistan
Cyber Army (PCA) yesterday hacked five Indian websites, including those
of ONGC, Indian Institute of Remote Sensing (IIRS), Indian Railways and
the Kendriya Vidyalaya in Ratlam.
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