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IRS Website Defaced by Suspected Pakistani Hackers

IRS Website Defaced by Suspected Pakistani Hackers

Suspected Pakistan-based gatherings have hacked the official web entryway of the Indian Revenue Service (IRS) having a place with the Income Tax division.
Authorities said the site was hacked early Saturday and it has been rendered distant from that point forward.
They said messages were posted on the connection such as “Pakistan Zindabad” and “we are group Pak digital aggressor”.
The site, which goes about as an official communicator for authority work between the Central Board of Direct Taxes and the IT division field workplaces in the nation, has set up a message saying, “We’ll back soon! Sorry for the impairment yet we’re performing some support right now.”
The specialized group taking care of the site has sent a report in such manner to the Computer Emergency Response Team of India (CERT-In), which is the nodal organization to battle hacking, phishing and to brace security-related resistances of the Indian Internet space.

They said a security review is being attempted of the online gateway and included that no delicate or mystery data was transferred on the said Universal Resource Locator (URL) of the IRS group working in the IT division.

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