20,000 Indian websites hacked by a Bangladesh group

Photo: NDTV

Hacking is a part of everyday news. Knowledgeable and ultra-knowledgeable people collide and bam, hackers win the fight plus user support. The Hacking of Indian websites is going to be another category on iDigiD very soon because last week a group of hackers hacked Microsoft India store and now a Bangladeshi Hacking Group claims to have attacked 20,000 Indian websites. Its a huge number and in the list of targets, the website of Border Security Force (BSF) is also there. The group apparently calls it a war on their Facebook page with the name of ‘Bangladesh Black Hat Hackers’ and puts up a status ‘India hacked our 400 sites in Total, we hacked 20,000 sites in total since the war started’. According to reports, BSF’s website has been damaged by the group. The so called ‘War’  started last week when a group of Indians called ‘Indian Cyber Army’ attacked 5 ministry websites in Bangladesh and that of the trade organisation. Now a few words that can raise voices and debates, the group also wrote “We don’t have any personal issues with Indians. But the brutality of BSF as well as Indian government has forced us to do this”. According to Times of India, Odhikar, a Dhaka-based human rights group, said the BSF has killed 31 Bangladeshis last year.


2 Responses to “20,000 Indian websites hacked by a Bangladesh group”
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