Just days after the dastardly attack on CRPF convoy in Pulwama, more than 200 Pakistani websites have reportedly been hacked by an Indian hacker group – ‘Team I Crew’, as a sign of protest.
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.
According to a report in Times Now, the Indian hacker group shared the list of hacked websites on various social media platforms. The hackers also claimed that this is one of biggest cyber attack launched by Indian hackers on Pakistan.
“Pakistan has faced its worst cyber attack in history, in last 72 hours,” reads the message.
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.
On February 14, an explosives-laden SUV rammed into a convoy carrying CRPF personnel in Pulwama. The attack killed 40 CRPF soldiers. The Pakistan-based terror group Jaish-e-Mohammad took responsibility of the attack.
The attack, which is being considered as one of the deadliest terrorist strikes on Indian force, has drawn criticism from various quarters with several countries coming out in support of India and condemning the barbaric attack. India also withdrew the Most Favoured Nation (MFN) status accorded to Pakistan following the terror strike.