[PIC Defacement Notice] The Washington Times on India-Pak cyber war

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  • Date: Thu, 31 Jul 2003 06:00:09 -0400

Another interesting article on India-Pak cyber war.


On one defaced Pakistani site, Indian Snakes, considered the most active 
Indian hacker group, recently threatened to unleash Yaha-Q virus ? the 
latest in its Yaha series ? again if Pakistani hackers did not cease 
attacks on Indian sites. 

Other pro-Indian hacker groups that have claimed attacks on Pakistani 
sites include Nirvana and Emperor. Some hackers pursue their activities 
alone. Experts identified Roxx of Calcutta and Cobra of 
Thiruvananthapuram as the "star hackers" in the Indian Snakes. The group 
comprises about six hackers from across the country.


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