Two Indian hacking groups on Tuesday claimed to have defaced the library page of Jawaharlal Nehru University’s (JNU) website and accessed the varsity’s data.
The groups claim that the move was to avenge the event held in the campus to commemorate the death anniversary of Parliament attack convict Afzal Guru, where anti-India slogans were allegedly raised.
Indian Hackers Online Squad claimed responsibility of defacing the university website and said Indian hackers will not stay silent against anti-national activities. “We hackers are against the anti-national slogans, which were raised inside the JNU campus, and not against the university. Though illegal, our motive is to destroy the cyber space of anti-national supporters,” an anonymous hacker, who uses Bl@Ck Dr@GoN as an alias told Mail Today via email.
The group, after hacking the varsity website, posted an image of the Tricolour and said they saluted the soldiers who sacrificed their lives to eliminate terrorists like Afzal Guru.
The group also warned anti-national elements at JNU to accept that Pakistan will never get Kashmir. “Protesters should be thankful to god that they are alive. If the same incident would have happened in Pakistan, people would have burnt them alive,” the post read.
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