AMU, DU, IIT Delhi’s websites hacked by Pakistani hackers

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Pakistani hackers on Tuesday hacked the website of Aligarh Muslim University. The hackers posted a series of messages on the website in support of people in Kashmir.

The message said, “Greetings government of India, and the people of India. Do you know what your so-called hero’s (soldiers) are doing in Kashmir? Do you know they are killing innocent people in Kashmir? Do you know they’ve raped many girls? Do you know they still are raping girls in Kashmir?”

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The group also reportedly targetted the website of IIT Delhi. However, the IIT Delhi’s website was made accessible soon. As for the website of AMU, the website was down even at the time of writing of this report.

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There are reports that the same hackers also hacked the website of Delhi University. The hackers left similar messages on all three websites.

This came after it was reported that Indian hackers had caused the shutdown of at least 30 Pakistani websites including the one belonging to the ministry of defence on Monday.

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The situation in Jammu and Kashmir has been extremely volatile lately particularly after the video of a local youth being tied to an army jeep had gone viral.

The had followed the video of some Indian security personnel being manhandled in the Valley.

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