India and Beyond

Indo-Pak Tension Hits Cyber Space

March 12, 2019
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Hackers from Pakistan attacked over 90 Indian government websites and critical systems within hours of the Pulwama suicide strike by a Jaish-e-Mohammed terrorist in which 40 soldiers of the Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) were killed, senior officials in the security establishment said on condition of anonymity. ‘There was an unusual surge of activity, attempts to breach systems,’ one of these officials added.
Officials said the security measures for firewalls and security systems had not been adopted. Financial and electronic management systems have been specifically designed from their point of view.
India's friendly country, Bangladesh, is attacking Indian networks. There is no doubt about the nature of Bangladesh's attack, an integrated way to attack and use weapons.
Government attacks on all services have repeatedly reported that monitoring normal operating procedures has broken waves after waves. The accuracy and nature of Indian attacks and external organs are unknown, and staff do not explain.
The attacks helped India. Pakistan collapsed, "a private security expert told the government.
An Indian official said hackers had tried another approach to hacking. This person tries to control the "database" to create "problems and confusion". These are rumors and false news.
For example, when Pakistan's cross-border and social networking began in Pakistan, the day when the Indian attack on Jaish, the head of Western aviation, Air Marshal Hari Kumar, was forgiven. Though he was tired, he was rumored that he was telling the Indian forces that the forces of the great forces had spread in the area. The third official said the Indian army had a person or a group of people.


(Prof Ratnesh Dwivedi is an Awarded Academician by Russian Communication Association/Journalist/NASA Certified Educator/Interdisciplinary Scientist/Awarded Sec,Intel,Def Expert and Peace Award Winner.He is Currently serving as Professor & Dean,Faculty of Humanities & Social Sciences at Yesbud University,Zambia)
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