Express News Service
HYDERABAD: The website of Government Degree College for Women in Begumpet was not too long ago hacked by Pakistani residents, in retaliation to the cyber assault of a Pakistani college’s website by Indian hackers. The New Indian Express discovered that the Osmania University-affiliated college’s website, www.gdcwbegumpet.ac.in, was hacked at the finish of January this yr by a gaggle of Pakistani hackers referred to as Team Shadow Hunters.
The group defaced the house web page of the website and posted this message: “Greetings administrators. Your system is hacked by Mr. 90. Do not worry, no files or data has been harmed in the process (sic).” The incident was confirmed to Express by the builders of the website. Since the incident, the website has been restored. Attempts to succeed in college officers went unanswered.
An examination of the Pakistani social media ecosystem signifies that this assault on a government college’s website was a counter-attack to an Indian cyber assault on a Pakistani website. Around the time this incident occurred, an Indian hacker group referred to as “H45h_c47” had hacked the website of University of Swabi in Pakistan. The defaced website learn,”University of Swabi bought hacked? Hey it’s a payback for hacking Indian web sites (sic).”
Explaining why such assaults occur, cyber safety knowledgeable Rajshekhar Rajaharia stated, “Regular security audits of the websites are not done. On top of that, website admins set weak user names and passwords, leaving it vulnerable to brute force attacks.”
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