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An 11-member delegation comprising politicians, film makers, journalists and civil society members led

by MP Ram Vilas Paswan called on the chairman of Hurriyat Conference (G) Syed Ali Shah Geelani at
his Hyderpora residence here on Saturday morning.

The Member Parliament Ram Villas Paswan on Saturday said that Government of India (GoI) should
respond to the 5-point proposal put forward by the Hurriyat Conference (G) chairman Syed Ali Shah
Geelani.
“I think GoI should not have any objection in accepting four out of five points put forth by Geelani sahib
to resolve Kashmir,” Paswan told reporters after meeting Geelani here.

NEW DELHI: The website of the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) has been hacked allegedly by a group
identifying itself as the 'Pakistani Cyber Army', which also claimed to have hacked the server of the National
Informatics Centre (NIC).

While the banner and index of the website, which was hacked Friday night, is intact, the group has posted a
message, mocking India's premier investigating agency. The website was down Saturday morning as well.

The message read: "This attempt is in response to the Pakistani websites hacked by 'Indian Cyber Army'.
We told u before too...we are sleeping but not dead."

"Back off kids or we will smoke ur doors off like we did before...let us see what you investigating agency so
called CBI can do," it further said.

The group also said that they had hacked into the root server of the National Informatics Centre (NIC), which
maintains most of the government websites. The hackers concluded their message with "Pakistan
Zindabad".

According to Pakistani daily Express Tribune, 200 Indian websites were hacked Friday.

An alleged self styled Pakistan Cyber Army hacked the normally unknown and unvisited official website of Central Bureau
of Investigation (CBI). The hacking happened on Friday night.

It could be a cause of concern the CBI website is supposed to be one of the most secure in India. The home page of the
CBI website had a message from the ‘Pakistani Cyber Army’ warning the Indian Cyber Army not to attack their websites.

generally, hacking websites is possible, its a matter of loading up the backup and get on with the life. A lot of websites get
hacked in a year. This is making news as the name “Pakistan” is mentioned on the website.

However, the culprits should be thoroughly as the state has the resources do do it. Smaller websites do not have the
muscle power to do it.

What could be cause of concern if the hackers have lifted some sensitive information has been accessed.

Pakistani Cyber Army hack CBI website- This Friday night, the CBI (Central Bureau of Investigation) website
has been hacked by programmers called Pakistani Cyber Army.

The CBI website’s homepage had a message from the Pakistani Cyber Army cautioning the Indian Cyber
Army to prevent attacking their websites.
Known as one of the most secure websites, the CBI website is connected to the command centre of world
police organization—Interpol 24×7.

An investigating agency stated “CBI is aware that its official website has been hacked and defaced. An
inquiry has been launched and necessary remedial measures are underway to restore it.”

Intelligence agencies have also warned the government to henceforth take propercyber security measures
which is presently not being ensured in government offices.

New Delhi, Dec 4: The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI)'s website, which was hacked by Pakistani
cyber attackers on Friday, Dec 3 night, has been stayed offline on Saturday also.

Officials said that they are working to fix issue with the site (http://cbi.nic.in/)and to make it online by
Saturday afternoon. Hackers have infiltrated the root server of the National Informatics Centre (NIC),
which is the root for many government websites.

Read: Pak hackers attack CBI website

Hackers have made pages and inserted onto Indian servers and sites. This resulted to effect upto the
root level.

Apart from CBI website college websites, Pakistani hackers also attacked NGOs,
Indian companies and firms and religious sites also. Some of the sites appeared damaged, a majority
of them were still functional, hosting the page inserted by the hackers.

Read: CBI site hacking: A threat for outsourcing?

Hackers left the note saying, This attempt is in response to the Pakistani websites hacked by 'Indian
Cyber Army'. We told u before too...we are sleeping but not dead."

The note finished with the words "Pakistan Zindabad".

New Delhi, Dec 4: Hackers from Pakistan hacked in Indian CBI website, http://cbi.nic.in, on Friday,
Dec 3, and left a warning note which submitted that, "Indian cyber army should not attack Pakistan
websites," the hackers exclaimed that they are from Pakistan cyber army.

The warning note also carried the information regarding controls provided by the National Informatics
Center, an authority which works computerserver across the country.

The WikiLeaks revealed that India is afraid of Pakistan and this incident supported that statement.
Read: മലയാളതതില / தமிழில்
It happen to be an embarrassing occurrence on Indian security and prove there is no point in
projecting itself to be a IT super power and also evidences India has never thought of using
professional help to safe guard the Cyber properties.

Islamabad: A group of Pakistani internet hackers has waged a cyber war on Indian sites, claiming to
have infected over 200 of them and said the act was a revenge for a similar attack on Pakistani websites
by a self-proclaimed 'Indian Cyber Army'.

The group, describing itself as 'Predators PK', said it hacked the Indian sites on Friday in retaliation to the
Nov 26 cyber attack carried out by the Indian Cyber Army (ICA), according to Pakistani daily The Express
Tribune.
CBI website hacked by 'Pakistani Cyber Army'

Among the 36 websites hacked by the ICA Nov 26 this year, were the websites of Pakistan Navy, the
National Accountability Bureau (NAB), the ministry of foreign affairs, education and finance as well as
Islamic organisations.

In retaliation, Predators PK has targetted websites of India's Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI),
colleges, NGOs, Indian companies and religious organisations among others, the daily said and published
the list of hacked websites circulated by Predators PK.

The modus operandi was similar to the ICA attack, with pages developed by the hackers being inserted
onto Indian servers and sites being hacked to root level.

However, unlike the ICA attack which was cited as 'revenge for 26/11' (the Mumbai terrorist attack Nov
26, 2008), the page inserted by Pakistani hackers did not suggest ideological motivations, but simply
revenge.

The message by a hacker called HEX786 read: 'This is Just A Warning To All Script Kiddies Indians
Hackers. Stop Being no0bs and Defacing Pakistani Web Sites Dont prove Us to Do Something. Your
Security Was good But We Like Breaking it !'

HEX786 also commented on The Express Tribune website saying, 'before this gov web sites defacement
Pakistani hacker hacked in 1200 Indians web sites. we hacked BJP Web site Nehor web site 5 top Hackers
forums. Indians Media Web sites All site on the Record in Google.'

Britain's Royal Navy website shut by hacker

'We R already Fighting Cyber War the indians Started Against Pakistan... its Our gov Weakness they are
hosted Web sites on Cheap Web servers. All Pakistani Nation Should Understand Pakistani hackers is a big
Power on the internet. Now the Pakistani government should strictly protect their sites. We had told them
the same day when the problem was Created... Pakistani people should not worry because pakistani
Hackers alive,' the group said

EW DELHI: In a major embarrassment, the website of premier


investigating agency CBI was hacked tonight by programmers
identifying themselves as "Pakistani Cyber Army".

The home page of the CBI website had a message from the 'Pakistani
Cyber Army' warning the Indian Cyber Army not to attack their
websites.

The hackers have made a mockery of the country's cyber security by


infiltrating into the CBI website, supposed to be one of the most secure
websites. The CBI is connected to the command centre of world police
organisation - Interpol - 24x7.

The message from the hackers also spoke about the filtering controls
provided by the National Informatics Centre (NIC), a body which mans
computer servers across the country.

Intelligence agencies have been often warning the government that


proper cyber security was not being ensured in government offices and
that no security audit was being carried out.

The Pakistani Cyber Army has also warned that it would carry out "mass
defacement" of other websites.

In order to aware the masses of the harmful effects of using plastic bags and discouraging
them from using these bags an anti-polythene rally was carried out in Dalgate and
other adjacent areas of Srinagar city.The rally was organised by Vishva Bhartiya Degree
College in collaboration with Pollution Control Board in which students from various schools
and colleges participated.
The participants made the people aware of the hazards of polythene bags and their harmful
effects on the environment and hence to human life.The participants asked the people to make
use of bags made from biodegradable material.