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Over two dozen Pak govt websites hacked by ‘Anonymous’ in Islamabad violence protest

ANI
Published Sep 1, 2014, 5:10 pm IST
Updated Mar 31, 2019, 8:05 am IST
The hackers claimed to have acted against 31 websites in response to violence against protesters
The hackers claimed to have acted against 31 websites in response to violence against protesters. (Representational photo: DC/File)
 The hackers claimed to have acted against 31 websites in response to violence against protesters. (Representational photo: DC/File)

Islamabad: Over two dozen government websites and sub-domains have been attacked by hackers in Islamabad in retaliation against violence against protesters and media persons by the federal capital police.

According to The Express Tribune, hackers, who identify themselves with the hacktivist group Anonymous, claimed to have acted against 31 websites of the government in response to violence against protesters in Islamabad.

 

The group said in a press release that they were cataloging the atrocities being committed in Pakistan.

The hackers said they would be assisting the peaceful protesters in Pakistan with every tool and tactic at its disposal, adding that they would begin the process of removing every vestige of the Pakistan government from the Internet and shutting down their communications network, the report said.

 

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