Pakistani Hackers Hacked Indian Website Of National Security Guard (NSG)
Pakistani Hackers Hacked Indian Website Of National Security Guard (NSG)

Pakistani hackers have hijacked Indian website of National Security Guard (NSG) and defaced it with a profanity-laden message against the Prime Minister and anti-India content.

Pakistani Hackers Hacked Indian Website Of National Security Guard (NSG)

Well, a few days back we have seen Pakistani hackers hacked Google Bangladesh domain and left some message. Now, Pakistani hackers have hijacked Indian website of National Security Guard (NSG).

The website was hacked by the group of Pakistani hackers who called themselves as “Alone Injector” and have hacked India’s anti-terrorism site nsg.gov.in and defaced it with a profanity-laden message against the Prime Minister and anti-India content.

Researchers said that the hacking attempt was spotted on the URL: www.nsg.gov.in and was immediately blocked by the counter-terror force from its headquarters. The hackers posted some offensive message on the site’s homepage.

According to Hindustan Times, “The hacker – who identified himself as ‘Alone Injector’ – was later revealed to be one Fareed Baloch. Cyber security experts said Baloch introduces himself by that title on his Facebook profile and seems to be associated with Muhammad Bilal – a self-confessed Exploiters member from Islamabad.”

The hacker claims that they are from the team of top hackers from Pakistan they are well known for “r infiltrating high-profile infrastructures”

Cyber security expert, Dhruv Soi said “Fareed Baloch put a mirror image of the defaced NSG website to show that he was the hacker involved in the act. Since the websites are resurrected immediately, defacers keep mirror images as evidence of their act.”

Dhruv Soi even claimed that ‘immature’ hackers made the hacking attempt just for publicity. They usually choose occasions like the new year, of holidays to gain more publicity.

Dhruv Soi said, “Serious hackers, on the other hand, go digging for sensitive information from cyber infrastructures by installing malware or similar tracking programs in the system.”

NSG Official said on the condition of anonymity “We are working with experts from the National Informatics Centre, and corrective steps are being taken.”

Well, this was not the first time Pakistani hackers have hacked some high-profile infrastructures. Previously, Pakistani hackers claimed to have hacked 7,000 Indian websites. So, what do you think about this? Share your views in the comment box below.



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