Hackers Post Anti-Indian Message on Press Club of India Website

After the massive iCloud hack that took place last month, it looks like other hackers are being inspired. A cyber hackers apparently from Pakistan have hacked the website of Press Club of India (PCI) and posted anti-India messages on its page.

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"Last week the website was hacked but it was showing no message. It was completely blank. Today, it was again hacked and anti-India messages were posted on the website. We have filed a police complaint in the matter," PCI General Secretary Nadeem Ahmad Kazmi told PTI.

Hackers Post Anti-Indian Message on Press Club of India Website

The hacker group called themselves "Team Cyber Warriors" and posted Pakistani flag on their logo.

The cyber criminals posted anti-India message and threatened to target Indian government websites and take down the country's Internet with the help of "Muslim Hackers".

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The hacking of the PCI website apparently seems in retaliation to the reported hacking of websites in Pakistan from India ridiculing Pakistan People's Party politician Bilawal Bhutto Zardari's comment to take back Kashmir from India.

PTI

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