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Days after the panic attack in Pulwama, a number of Pakistani sites were hacked by “Team I Crew”. This claims to be an Indian hacker association.  “We will never forget #14/02/20193,” is the note splashed in one such website. Another message displayed on the website, “Dedicated to the martyrs sacrificed their lives in #PulwamaTerrorAttack”

A file of the websites that are being hacked is dispersed on WhatsApp, along with other social media podiums asserting that “Pakistan has faced its worst cyber attack in history, in last 72 hours.” Outlook is unable to confirm the claims written on the messages. Nevertheless, a number of sites with domain IDs of gov.pk stated in the list, do seem to be hacked.

On Saturday, 16th Feb 2018, the official site of Foreign Affairs of Pakistan Ministry was too hacked, as per the reliable report. The newspaper stated that the website of the Foreign Ministry was not working appropriately. Users from different countries, including the Netherlands, Britain, Australia, and Saudi Arabia were unable to open or work on the website.

In addition, the report even adds that Pakistan considers that the hacking was done by a group of Indian hackers. The spokesperson of Pakistan foreign ministry, Mohammad Faisal had mentioned complaints were established about the website being unapproachable by the users from more than a few countries. In his statement, he said,

“The IT team is currently occupied in thwarting the hackers’ onslaught,”

The website hacking of Pakistan’s foreign ministry arrives subsequent to a horrible terror assault in the district of Jammu and Kashmir i.e. Pulwama on Thursday. Inevitably, this is one of the most horrific attacks in India. On Thursday, a JeM (Jaish-e-Mohammad) suicide bomber propelled an explosive-laden vehicle close to a CRPF group, killing at slightest 40 personnel.

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Over 2,500 CRPF personnel, a bunch of them returning from their leave to rejoin job in the Valley were going in the convoy of around 78 vehicles at the time they were trapped in the Srinagar-Jammu highway about 3.15 pm. More than 50 countries have criticized the barbaric attack, as well as showed support to India.

Everyone is ready to fight against terrorism. Subsequent to the fatal attack, India canceled the MFN (Most Favoured Nation) position accorded to Pakistan. Multiple websites are being hacked by the Indian group. Here is the list:



















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