Indian hacker Ashell, who defaced the National Highway Authority (NHA) website just yesterday, struck again on Sunday when he hacked two more Pakistani websites, this time his target being one government site and one with a .org domain.
The two websites hacked were the Food and Agriculture Organisation of the United Nations Pakistan (FAO Pakistan) and the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Technical Education and Vocation Training Agency (TEVTA).
The message left by the hacker was the same as the one left on the NHA site.
The message states that the defacement was carried out in remembrance of those Indians who were killed during the Mumbai triple bombings on July 13, 2011. Ashell belongs to the hacker group Indishell, which is also known as the Indian Cyber Army.
Hackers from Pakistan and India have been embroiled in a cyber war, and also continue to attack websites from their own countries.
Indian hackers had defaced the website of Atrium Cinemas, Karachi’s first 3D entertainment centre, in November last year.
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