‘Alone Injector’ Hacked India’s NSG Website : Who’re they? What they want?

The National Security Guard website was hacked on Sunday by a group that identified itself as ‘Alone Injector’.

The hacker group defaced the site with an abusive message, targeting Prime Minister Narendra Modi. An image of police thrashing civilians was also uploaded on to the site’s homepage with the accompanying text calling for “Free Kashmir”.

The group behind the hack could be based out of Pakistan as references were made to the country’s intelligence-gathering agency, ISI. Pro-Pakistan slogans were also raised.

The website soon went offline once authorities took notice of the hack.

Interestingly, the hackers did not take down the entire site and retained most of the elements on the page. The frame with links to other pages were left unaffected as the main page was replaced with their message.

Officials said the hacking attempt was noticed early today and the URL — http://www.nsg.gov.in — was blocked soon after by the counter-terror force from its headquarters here.

The website belonging to the ‘black cat’ commandos is maintained from the NSG headquarters and gives out basic information about the force, its origin and operations.

The elite commando force was raised in 1984 as the federal contingency unit to undertake counter-terror and counter-piracy operations.

The matter has been brought to the notice of the National Informatics Centre (NIC), and “remedial action” is in process.

WHAT THEY SAID

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WHAT THEY WANT

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CURRENT STATUS OF WEBSITE

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