Cyber War between Ind-Pak
The Indian hackers ruptured into the Pakistani websites, locking their PCs and data. The hackers are believed to have laid attack to Pakistani websites that incorporate those of its education department and additionally those of government tenders. Experts also believe that hackers are not just defacing the sites but also spying into critical networks which may have serious consequences i.e. cyber war.
Unfit to deal with the issue, Pakistani nerds even offered to pay Bitcoins to Indian hackers to open their frameworks. Be that as it may, in an indication of loyalty towards their country, the Indian hackers dismissed the offer and held the Pakistani websites under their control.
The Indian assault came in the wake of Pakistani hackers destroying Indian sites and circulating videos that say India’s current surgical strike in Pakistan occupied Kashmir (PoK) was fake.
One of the Indian hackers has been identified by the Indian cyber experts, who assert that this ‘anonymous’ hacker is an individual from Telangana cyber warrior.
It is accounted for that the hacker was among the individuals who tainted Pakistan government frameworks and have taken control more than several PCs.
“Indian hackers just responded after smelling the malicious intention of Pakistani hackers. Techies across the border targeted Indian sites. They are also trying to circulate fake links and videos claiming that India never carried out surgical strike,” said Kislay Chaudhary, a cyber crime expert and CEO of Indian Cyber Army told Daily Mail.
Mr. Kislay chaudhary believe that,
“If Indian hackers want, they can easily destroy the Pakistani cyber space. He also believes that hackers are not just defacing the sites but also spying into critical networks which may have serious consequences”.
The report also quoted sources who claimed that Indian hackers are ready to launch a massive cyber attack capable of wreaking havoc in Pakistan’s cyber space.They, however, warned of similar attacks by Pakistani hackers as a counter to their move.Meanwhile, Indian agencies are on alert to make sure that no data is lost in the cyber war.
On the other hand, experts also believe that hackers are not just defacing the sites but also spying into critical networks which may have serious consequences.