An Indian hacker known as "Godzilla" taken down several Pakistani government web sites. The hacker told The Hacker News that it acted in retaliation for the government's alleged support of terrorist activities, adding: "all network owned including switches because they deserve it, I have not touched any innocent website because …
Didn't know they had so many 'ministries', I digress, my question, is Godzilla a great hacker or are Pakistani Government websites so full of holes they are easy to mess with?
Re: Ministry Mayhem
Re: Ministry Mayhem
They should change the password to Allah-u-hackbar
192.168..... why does that matter?
Unless the Indian government has requested that their ISP's route this non-routed network.
I usually only see these addresses on cable networks.
neither side appears to be doing very well at stopping such attacks or securing their web sites
And yet the bean counters think this is a good place to out-source/off-shore to....
What possibily could go wrong
Yup! I lost a job to India a few years back. Now I can laugh every time my former employers make the news over their frequent security screw-ups.
Just third-worlders having a local tiff. Whatever, who cares. They should think themselves lucky they havent got any oil ;)
I was thinking more along the lines of, "Stealing candy from a baby".
After my initial thought of, "Who cares? Their lowest bidder is far less competent than a politician."
Until religious ignorance is stamped out on this planet, we have no right to go to Mars or anywhere else for that matter.
From the Inquisition to ethnic cleansing, the majority of this planet is steeped in an us against them mentality. Idiotic and unnecessary.
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