Supreme Court website hacked amidst Judge Loya’s death case hearing


The Supreme Court website was hacked on Thursday shortly after the judgment came in judge Loya’s death case. Brazilian hackers are being said to be behind the hacking.

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Presently, the maintenance work of the website is underway. A message ‘Site Under Maintenance’ appears upon accessing the website.

Earlier, when the website was hacked, the website was showing a symbol of a cannabis leaf that says “te amo linda pequena… melhor amiga que ja tive,” which, according to Google, translates to “I love beautiful little… best friend who already had.”  Also the ‘Hitek Brazil Hack team’ appeared to be written.

However, some reports said that website being hacked was merely a rumour.

Earlier, website of the Ministry of Defense was hacked. According to the reports, Chinese hackers were behind it. After this, the Defense Minister, Nirmala Sitharaman, tweeted that stern steps had been taken against hacking. The website is going to work again soon.

The Supreme Court on Thursday had dismissed the petitions seeking special investigation into the mysterious death of Judge BH Loya, who was heading a special CBI court when he died in mysterious circumstances in November 2014. He was hearing the alleged fake encounter case against Amit Shah. His successor had later acquitted Shah in the fake encounter case of Sohrabuddin Shaikh.


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