The Economic Times
5 Dec, 2010
NEW DELHI: The recent hacking of CBI's website by a group called
'Pakistani Cyber Army' has raised questions over the safety regulations
of servers provided by National Informatics Centre, the organisation
responsible for maintaining government servers.
While the NIC maintains a studied silence over the entire issue, sources
in the security establishment say that the safety mechanism of the NIC
was not up to the mark and several reminders were being sent to them for
upgrading their hardware.
The official website of the CBI was hacked by the 'Pakistani Cyber Army'
on the intervening night of December 3 and 4. The CBI had yesterday
registered a case against unknown persons in this connection.
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