FATA Secretariat website hacked in protest against Indian aggression

Group of Pakistani hackers called Haxor Crew allegedly behind the act.

Web Desk August 25, 2013
Screenshot of the hacked website.

PESHAWAR: A group of Pakistani hackers called Haxor Crew hacked the FATA Secretariat website to record their protest against Indian aggression and atrocities in Kashmir., Express News reported Sunday.

The hackers left the following message on the site's main page: Islam Zindabad, Long live Muslims, and Pakistan Zindabad.

Criticising the website's insufficient security, the hackers noted: “Where is your security? Please, for God’s sake secure it”.

According to the messages left on the site, the hacker group hacked the site to record their protest against violation of human rights in Kashmir.

The Fata Secretariat officials could not be reached for any information due to Sunday holiday.


zubair | 9 years ago | Reply

Its not hacking.............

Pradhan | 9 years ago | Reply

@Anonymous: those sites mentioned on that link are some private sites I think. which one is the govt site?? Let us know.

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