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‘Cyber Soldiers’ from Kerala unleash 'surgical strikes' on Pakistan cyberspace

A day after news of hacking of Thiruvananthapuram airport's website by a Pakistani group of hackers yesterday, reports suggest that an Indian group of programmers from Kerala – the 'Mallu Cyber Soldiers' – have retaliated

India TV News Desk, Thiruvananthapuram [ Updated: December 29, 2016 20:25 IST ]
‘Cyber Soldiers’ from Kerala unleash 'surgical strikes' on Pakistan cyberspace

A day after news of hacking of Thiruvananthapuram airport's website by a Pakistani group of hackers yesterday, reports suggest that an Indian group of programmers from Kerala – the 'Mallu Cyber Soldiers' – have retaliated in kind by hacking the website of a Pakistani airport.

Significantly, the Kerala group not only hacked the site but also invited others to log in and "nail the site".

The online battle started from the moment when the Thiruvananthapuram airport’s website was hacked by a group which claims to be from Pakistan.

However, thirty minutes after it was hacked, the website was found to be restored to its original form.

Following was the message posted by the alleged Pakistani hacker group:

India Tv - 'Surgical strikes' on Pakistan cyberspace
'Surgical strikes' on Pakistan cyberspace

Now, according to a Times of India report, hackers from across the state have managed to obtain the login information for the website of the Sialkot International Airport in Pakistan's Punjab province.

To provide access to the common man, they changed the password to 'malayalees' and shared the new login details with the public.

India Tv - 'Surgical strikes' on Pakistan cyberspace
'Surgical strikes' on Pakistan cyberspace
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