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Indo-Pak Cyber war :Indian hackers payback to Pak hackers

New Delhi,septmber 29: Seems like India and Pakistan are locked in a cyber war. Saturday night, the official website of the Kerala Government: kerala.gov.in, was hacked by a person identifying himself as Faisal Afzal aka 'Faisal 1337' for reasons unknown.

Well, someone had to retaliate! Within a few hours of the attack, an Indian hacking group hacked more than 250 Pakistani websites, which included official website of Pakistan's President, official website of Pakistani Govt., official website of Pakistani Railways.

Going by the name, "The Mallu Cyber Soldiers" the group claimed responsibility of the retaliation and announced their act as payback to the Pakistani hack of the Kerala Government's website.

They also posted a message on their Facebook page, !!Message to Script Kiddies of Pakistan .Do not touch Indian Websites !!! Now your 46 Pakistan government websites got crashed and 4 educational websites got defaced.This is a small payback for hacking kerala.gov.in. 

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