Indian Websites Targeted by Hacking Group to Protest G20
Hacking groups from Pakistan, Indonesia, and Bangladesh have targeted several Indian websites in protest the G20 summit, which is being held in New Delhi on September 9-10. The groups, which call themselves “The Black Hat Collective,” “Hacktivist of Garuda,” “Team Herox” and “Mysterious Team Bangladesh,” have targeted several websites, including those of the Indian government, the Delhi Police, and the Government of Bihar.
The groups have also released statements on their websites, calling the G20 a “symbol of global inequality and exploitation.” The statements say that the groups are targeting the websites to “raise awareness of the negative impact of the G20” and to “demand that the summit be cancelled.”
The Indian government has condemned the hacking attacks and has said that it is taking steps to investigate the matter. The Delhi Police has also said that it is investigating the attacks and that it will act against the perpetrators.
The G20 summit is a meeting of the heads of state and government of the world’s 20 largest economies. The summit is being held in New Delhi for the first time. The summit is expected to discuss a range of issues, including climate change, terrorism, and economic development.
The hacking attacks are the latest in a series of cyber-attacks that have targeted India in recent months. In July, a hacking group called “Dragonfly” targeted Indian government agencies and businesses. In June, another hacking group called “DarkSide” targeted the Indian Oil Corporation.
The Indian government has said that it is taking steps to improve its cyber security in the wake of these attacks. However, the attacks highlight the vulnerability of Indian websites to hacking attacks.
The hacking attacks against Indian websites is a serious matter. They not only disrupt the operations of these websites, but they also raise concerns about the security of Indian cyberspace. The Indian government needs to take urgent steps to improve its cyber security and to protect its citizens from these attacks.