Amid the celebration of 74th Independence Day in India, the Indian hackers have once again targeted Pakistani websites on the occasion of Independence Day. Just a day before Independence Day, Indian hackers hacked the website of Fatima Jinnah Mahila University in Pakistan. It was hacked by hackers named ‘ Indian Cyber Troops ‘ and wrote messages of Indian Independence Day on the website and congratulated Pakistan.
However, the website was restored shortly thereafter.
A video of it was shared by Pakistani journalist Nayla on her Twitter handle, which has a screen recording of the university’s website. The Indian hackers wrote, “Hacked by Indian cyber troops”, and pthere was a tricolor on the website and photograph of Lord Rama beneath it. The hackers wrote below the photo, ‘ Ramlalla we will come, the temples will also be built in Karachi and Lahore. “In the next message, “thousands of people have sacrificed their sacrifices because of which our country is celebrating this day today.
They cannot forget their sacrifices. Happy Independence Day. ‘
The website of Fatima Jinnah Women University hacked by "Indian cyber troops" Messages on Indian independence day left on the site: pic.twitter.com/KVyCzxDGWw
— Naila Inayat नायला इनायत (@nailainayat) August 15, 2020
This is not the first time that Indian hackers have hacked Pakistan websites on the occasion of Independence Day.
On the occasion of Independence Day in 2017, 2018, Indian hackers hacked them targeting Pakistan websites. In 2017, the Government of Pakistan’s website hacked the pakistan.gov.pk and put the tricolour on it. Not only that, a few days ago, the famous Dawn News website was hacked by Indian hackers and wrote happy Independence Day with the tricolor and a video was also going on