Wednesday, June 15, 2011

Facebook, Twitter delete account of Indian Hacker Group

Facebook and Twitter have deleted account of the Indian arm of a hacker group known as Anonymous, also known as Anonymous Operation India, one week after they hacked into foremost Indian government websites, menacing to conciliation to national security. Consequently, the Operation India Facebook page and @operationindia Twitter account used by the group have at the moment become unattainable. Most of us know that the Anonymous group was accountable for in recent times attacking Sony's servers, in addition to acts of online aggression against the governments of Iran, Spain, New Zealand and Colombia.

Anonymous activity was not known in India bit recent doings in India approaches into the attention with the hacking of the websites of the National Informatics Centre (NIC) and the Indian Army, last week. The group vandalized the NIC website URL with a graffiti and announcing that, "We be present exclusive of nationality.

We are present with humanity." They did the similar to the Indian Army's website, taking it down for more than hour, and making public login names and password information, as well as forensic logs of indianarmy.nic.in.

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It was not known what the DoS attack allegedly did root any loss of information, the group later bragged on the site, Anonymous claimed responsibility of brining down Indian Army Official Site and NIC and posted message on their IRC group saying, "The NIC hack, was just a experience of what may come and the time has come at the moment, when we'll wage a war of independence - from corruption and we assure to fight till the end."

In addition to audacity of their attainments, they have positioned some burden, most of them being evenhanded, although we do concur that the method used is a bit rudimentary.

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