Thiruvananthapuram airport’s website, which was hacked, restored now

Calling themselves 'Kashmiri Cheetahs', the group was responsible for the hacking of AIIMS Raipur's website earlier this year.

By: Express Web Desk | New Delhi | Updated: December 28, 2016 9:02 am
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In what seemed to be another case of cyber crime, the official website of Thiruvananthapuram airport was hacked by a group which claims to be from Pakistan earlier Wednesday. The recent cyber attack comes following several events of hacking of Indian websites by Pakistani groups. However, thirty minutes after it was hacked, the website was found to be restored to its original form.

Following was the message posted by the hacker group:

Thiruvananthapuram airport, Thiruvananthapuram airport website hacked, pakistani group hacking, pakistani hackers, hacking, website hacked, india news, latest news, indian expressCalling themselves ‘Kashmiri Cheetahs’, the group was responsible for the hacking of AIIMS Raipur’s website earlier this year.

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