Hackers Deface Indian Committee Website

Anonymous hackers on Sunday defaced the official website of the Kerala Pradesh Congress Committee, a unit of the Indian National Congress, according to The Hindu.

Renjith Balan, IT adviser of the party, said he discovered the defacement at 7 p.m. The hackers posted several messages on the website, saying they were acting on the behalf of Pakistan. One of the messages said, “Kashmir belongs to Pakistan.“ Another said, “Stop dreaming of making Kashmir yours.“ New Delhi Television reported the hackers also posted a picture of Pakistan’s founder Mohammad Ali Jinnah.

KPCC tooks its website off-line and filed a police report. The police said they would try to track the IP address of the server used by the hackers.

The website defacers claimed they were members of an anti-India cyber-underground platform, according to The Hindu.

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