Pakistani hackers hack Goa Institute of Management's website

16 Aug 2016 | By Vaneet Randhawa
Security threats in India on Independence Day

The website of the Goa Institute of Management, a top B-school was hacked by a group of 'Pak cyber attackers'.

The homepage suggested that the hack was in objection against the "killing of Muslims in Kashmir and in India".

17 websites of various departments of the Goa Government have been the target of Pakistan-based hackers in the last 3 years.

In context: Security threats in India on Independence Day

13 Aug 2016Delhi under hawk eye security cover

New Delhi is under a massive security cover. Delhi Police and the Special Protection Group (SPG), and the Ministry of Defence from the CISF are guarding the capital.

Canine squads from the CISF, ITBP, Delhi Police and army are sanitising the Red Fort area.

Drone detectors and paragliders have been deployed along with 9,000 men.

Delhi Metro tunnel under the Red Fort has been closed.

Security build upAreas under high alert

Kashmir has been put under heightened security as the unrest in the valley is expected to lead to terror threats.

Uttarakhand security has been toughened after the capture of four Islamic State sympathisers in Roorkie.

High alert was maintained across Assam after the Kokrajhar assault by National Democratic Front of Bodoland (NDFB-S) militants, which took 14 civilian lives.

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16 Aug 2016Pakistani hackers hack Goa Institute of Management's website

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