DHAKA: A group of Bangladeshi hackers reportedly hacked some 56 Indian websites in protest against the killings of Bangladeshi people on borders by Indian Border Security Force (BSF).
The group was identified as “Bangladesh Black Hat Hacker”.
According to sources, the group members hacked those sites, including an important website of Indian government on January 25 and kept complete control over it till January 28 in order to stop killings of Bangladeshi people on borders.
The hackers changed the contents of the homepage of those sites by breaking their security systems and wrote “The sites are being hacked protesting killings of Bangladeshis by Indian BSF.”
In the mean time, they have uploaded the picture of the hanging body of Felani, a Bangladeshi adolescent who was killed in BSF firing.
Uploading the picture of dead Felani on the website of Indian police Maharashtra State, they wrote, “Fifteen years innocent girl Felani killed by Indian Boarder Security Force.”
Meanwhile, they wrote under the picture “We never forget, we never forgive, we never give up.”
Under the title ‘About Us’ they wrote “Hacked by back bone”, “BD black hat hackers” and “This site is hacked” one after another.
Hackers wrote, “Stop hacking Bangladeshi sites and stop border killings, else we will destroy your cyber space.”
Asking where is humanity, they wrote, “Shame on BSF…..NSF shame.”
Addressing the admin of the site, they wrote, “Admin, your site don’t have any security, I break it in a single attack.”
The hackers warned that they would not stop hacking Indian sites until BSF stop killing innocent Bangladeshis on border.
BDST: 1858 HRS, JAN 31, 2012
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