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Gwalior: Pakistan hackers attack Jiwaji Club website

The official website of Jiwaji Club was allegedly hacked by a Pakistani cyber crew who scripted anti-India remarks in abusive/filthy language on the site on Saturday. The site was temporarily closed and a complaint was filed, said a club official.

india Updated: Sep 07, 2014 17:11 IST
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The official website of Jiwaji Club — www.jiwajiclub.com — was allegedly hacked by a Pakistani cyber crew who scripted anti-India remarks in abusive/filthy language on the site on Saturday.

The site was temporarily closed and a complaint was filed at Inderganj police station, said a club official. It will be restored after deleting the offensive material.

According to information, one of the members of the Club noticed the anti-India abusive comments on the home screen of the website after logging in. The Pakistan-based cyber crew named Suhaib Haxor claimed the responsibility of hacking the site and also left a warning that their strength should not be undermined.

"We are invisible, but enough powerful and should not be taken for granted," the hackers reportedly said in the warning.

Club secretary Raju Seth said the site was temporarily closed following hacking and cybercrime wing of Inderganj police visited the club for investigation.