Websites of DU, AMU, IIT-Delhi and IIT-BHU hacked

Websites of DU, AMU, IIT-Delhi and IIT-BHU hacked

Srinagar: Websites of Delhi University (DU), Aligarh Muslim University (AMU), Indian Institute of Technology -Delhi and some other educational and training institutions were hacked allegedly by some Pakistan-based groups, media reports said.
The portals of DU, AMU, IIT-Delhi and IIT-BHU, when opened, did not show the usual information and were posted with messages and videos about alleged atrocities by Indian forces in Jammu and Kashmir.
The hackers, who called themselves PHC, also posted some pro-Pakistani slogans on the websites, and said: “Nothing deleted or stolen. Just here to deliver my message to Indians.”
The message asked Indians if they were aware of what their soldiers were doing in Kashmir. The hacked portals also had “Pakistan zindabad” slogans.
Websites of University of Kota, Army Institute of Management and Technology, Defence Institute of Advanced Technology, Board of Research in Nuclear Sciences, and National Aerospace Laboratories did not open or could not be reached. (Agencies)

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