Pakistanis Hacked Trivandrum, Kochi Airport Website, Mallu Hackers Took Revenge by Unleashing a “Surgical Strike”!
Last night a group of Pakistani cyber criminals hacked the official website of Trivandrum and Kochi in a cyber-attack. It is reported that hackers hacked a server containing a 148 domains of Indian airport websites including Cochin and Trivandrum. The perpetrators have been identified as Kashmiri Cheetah of Pak Cyber Attackers.
Fortunately, the website was restored within hours after the attack. But that didn’t stopped there. In retaliation, Malayalam hackers attacked Pakistani airport website and posted troll images on it.
“You script kiddies of Pakistan, do not touch Indian websites.” This was the message given to Pakistanis by a group of hackers called the Mallu Cyber Soldiers after the latter hacked Trivandrum airport site.
This is not the first time Pakistani Airport have been attacked. Indian hackers have managed to inflict a considerable amount of damage on Pakistani sites on a daily basis.
While this is not the first time hackers from across the border have attacked government websites, but this particular attack on airport websites should be taken seriously, as it can lead to a multitude of risks.
Meanwhile, Trivandrum airport authorities claimed that the website that was hacked was one developed by some regular passengers and was not the official website of the airport.
“There is no separate website for the airport. The website which was hacked was being run by a private agency. The official details of the airport are posted on the website of the Airports Authority of India,” said George G Tharakan, director of the Trivandrum International Airport.