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Stop Indo-Pak cyber war on I-Day; says city hacker

The blackhat hackers of Pakistan had defaced the Indian websites to show their anger, said Rajan Kohli, president, Thrid Eye Ethical Hackers Society while giving a message to stop Indo-Pak cyber war on Independence Day.

punjab Updated: Aug 14, 2013 20:10 IST
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The blackhat hackers of Pakistan had defaced the Indian websites to show their anger, said Rajan Kohli, president, Thrid Eye Ethical Hackers Society while giving a message to stop Indo-Pak cyber war on Independence Day.


He advised the website administrators to prevent cybar attacks by using secure website hosting and login method to avoid unauthentic login.

Kohli said, "The hackers in Pakistan and India have the trend of hacking each other's websites on independence day. This is a bad gesture. Many important Indian government websites have been hacked by Pakistan blackhat hackers."

"A defaced page with absurd messages appear when you enter a hacked website such as www.punetrafficpolice.gov.in The hackers create such pages on the website so that no one can access the website further," Kohli added.

He said, "They even try to destroy the database available on the website. Indians do the same on August 14 on Pakistan's websites."

He suggested that the website administrators should use secure hosting and the administration should ask their website hosting providers to provide secure login method so that unknown people cannot login.