In the wake of the dastardly terror attack on Indian forces in Pulwama, more than 200 Pakistani websites have reportedly been hacked by an Indian hacker group - 'Team I Crew', as a sign of protest. A list of the hacked website is being shared on social media platforms, claiming that it is perhaps one of the biggest cyber attack launched by Indian hackers on the Pakistani cyber world.
Messages like “We will never forget #14/02/2019,” "Dedicated to the martyrs sacrificed their lives in #PulwamaTerrorAttack,” appear on some of the websites along with a condolence note for the families of the CRPF jawans killed in the attack. "We will never forget #14/02/20193," is the message splashed across one such website.
The official website of Pakistan's Foreign Ministry and the Army were hacked on Saturday night, making it inaccessible to users outside the country. According to a report in Dawn, the Foreign Ministry website was functioning without any hassles in the country. However, spokesperson Dr Mohammad Faisal said users from Netherlands, Australia, Britain and Saudi Arabia are unable to access it.
On Saturday, the official website of Pakistan's Ministry of Foreign Affairs was also reportedly hacked. Pakistan foreign ministry spokesperson Mohammad Faisal had said complaints were received about the site being inaccessible by users from several countries.
Here's the list of some of the 'hacked' websites: